Here's a simple solution to common electrical on your boat.
The world's largest MasterCraft dealer group puts customer care first so we find any way we can to help give MasterCraft owners helpful service tips! Have you experienced boat electrical issues and quicker battery depletion? Your boat’s Voltage Sensitive Relay system could be the issue. Our MasterCraft technicians offer a solution to keep your electrical system performing correctly.
Every X-Series boat- 2012 and newer, has dual battery systems. Our battery system is set up to keep one battery reserved for starting the boat (starting battery) and the other battery (house battery) for powering all onboard electronics (stereo, screens, dash gauges and lighting, etc).
MasterCraft uses a simple OFF/ON/COMBINE switch, with a Voltage Sensitive Relay (VSR) system, designed to simplify and automate the battery system.
The VSR will transfer charging power to each battery, as needed, to keep both batteries at the optimal voltage level.
Note: The COMBINE setting should be used for emergency situations only, such as when the START battery is dead. Prolonged use in this setting will inhibit the VSR’s performance, causing both batteries to drain rapidly. MasterCraft has found this to be the leading cause of electrical issues.
MasterCraft's world's largest dealer group's service teams are ready to help answer any further questions you might have.
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