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INSTALLATION MANUAL Power-Pole® Signature Series Blade Edition Shallow Water Anchor Installation Instructions CAUTION: Read this instruction manual carefully. Become familiar with the controls and know how to operate the Power-Pole shallow water anchor system safely. US Pat No. 6,041,730

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CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a Power-Pole Signature Series Blade Edition shallow water anchor featuring C-Monster Control System. It has been designed, engineered, and manufactured to provide the best possible performance and dependability for years of enjoyment. Please read all installation instructions carefully. The information contained here describes the proper procedures for safely installing your Power-Pole shallow water anchor. Do not use the Power-Pole shallow water anchor as your primary anchorage. Never leave your boat unattended while anchored solely with the Power-Pole shallow...

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Installation Tools & Hardware Transom mounting Installation Tools • 1/2” & 9/16” wrenches • 1/2” & 9/16” sockets with ratchet • Electric or battery operated drill • 7/64”, 9/64”, 5/16”, & 11/32” drill bits • #2 Phillips-head bit or screwdriver • Small slotted (flat-headed) screwdriver • Heat gun • 4’ foot straight edge • Marine grade sealant • Fine point marker • Tape measure • Wire cutters • Wire strippers • Wire terminal crimpers • Razor tubing cutter or utility razor blade • Small funnel VeRTICAL POSITIONING 1. Place a straight edge on the bottom of the hull directly below and centered from...

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Step 2: Mounting the Power-Pole® 1. Transom mounting: The hydraulic tubing can be routed through either side of the stern bracket. (See Figure #2A) Adapter plate mounting: The hydraulic tubing can be re-routed through the center of the stern bracket. (See Figure #2B) Note: For ease of routing feed one line at a time. Be sure there are no kinks in the tuBing. Figure 2A Side Routing Figure 2B Center Routing (for Adaper Plate Mounting) Step 3: Hydraulic Pump Unit (HPU) Choose a mounting location 1. Locate a dry compartment in the vessel with ample space to accommodate the HPU. The footprint of the...

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5. Once the bracket is securely fastened, use a 9/16” wrench to attach the HPU to its bracket using the (2) 3/8” x 3/4” bolts E , (2) 3/8” neo-bond washers F , and (1) rubber pump gasket i . (See Figure #4.1 and 4.2) 2. At this point, the hydraulic tubing may be routed in one of two ways. It may be routed either over the transom or through the transom using the (2) supplied thru-hull bushings K . If the hydraulic tubing is not being installed through the transom, route the tubing to the HPU as per your preference, and proceed to Step 4. If the hydraulic tubing is to be installed through the transom,...

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7. Insert the blue tubing into the compression fitting labeled UP (blue dust cap), and the black tubing into the fitting labeled DN (black dust cap). While holding the blue tubing fully inserted into its respective compression fitting base, begin threading the compression fitting nut onto the base. Repeat this step for the black tubing. (See Figure #6) 1. Now connect the red and black wires from the HPU to their respective locations. Once both wires are securely fastened, the green LED on the HPU should flash indicating that the unit has power. 2. Use the “down” button on the HPU cover to cycle...

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Step 7: Continued Figure 10 Figure 11 Program Button 2. Next, depress and release the button on the remote 1 time. The green LED on the pump unit will initially turn off, and then it will flash steadily indicating that the pairing has been completed. (See Figure #11) 3. The surface mount switch is now paired to the pump unit. Test its functionality by following the operating instructions to ensure that the pairing procedure was completed successfully. 4. Repeat the same programming procedure with the remote control. (See Figure #10) Step 8: Programming the HPU/HPUs In order to utilize the full...

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Step 9: Installing the Dash Switch 1. Locate a suitable area with a flat surface to mount the dash switch. 2. The dash switch must be installed with the slot in the base facing downward, which can be accomplished by using the supplied adhesive strip N or the (2) included #6 x 1/2” pan head screws G . 3. If using the (2) #6 x 1/2” pan head screws G , use a small slotted screwdriver to remove the dash switch cover plate. (See Figure #12) 4. While holding the dash switch base in the desired location, use a fine point marker to inscribe the intended mounting screw locations. WARNING: Before drilling...

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