It's has a lot to do with how you talk to people.My buddy has had some issues with his on a 2016 pro. The actuator went bad after 6 months or so and tried to warranty it and was told it wasn't under warranty. I guess the warranty starts when it leaves atlas not when it's put on the boat.
The relays and actuator were manufactured by ? I would like to order some sparesThe CMC relays were bad out of the box on mine when I got it two months ago. They sent me a new actuator and relays no charge.
Atlas bought CMC, they are 100% CMC. My relays have CMC labels on them.The relays and actuator were manufactured by ? I would like to order some spares
The relays: https://www.amazon.com/CMC-Cook-Manufacturing-80-amp-relay/dp/B0051US1RIThe relays and actuator were manufactured by ? I would like to order some spares
How did you know the relays and actuator were bad? Very unusual.Atlas bought CMC, they are 100% CMC. My relays have CMC labels on them.
Just the relays were sticking and would just click and not work consistently. They sent the actuator just in case.How did you know the relays and actuator were bad? Very unusual.
This is spot on. I don't have an Atlas, I have a Bob's but keep spares on me just in case I need to change it. You can jump the actuator too if it stuck. I carry a spare jumper wire just in case. And they are pretty easy to change out.
I tried the new relays on the original actuator and the new one and they both worked but I still swapped them out and sent the original back.Thanks. Sounds better for Atlas also.
Have you tried loosening the slide bolts? Just make sure you loosen the jam nuts prior to loosening the bolt.Update...went to run my jackplate up at the house after a full battery charge and the jackplate acts like it’s binding up. I presure wash with Dawn once a month and pressure wash after every trip. I am fishing in the morning and it looks like my Jackplate will stay halfway up the whole time. Not happy...