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Pro-Series /Fish Windlasses

Product manual

 


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1- Introduction

Thank you for choosing Lewmar. Lewmar products are world renowned for their quality, technical 

innovation and proven performance. With a Lewmar product you will be provided with many years of 

outstanding service.

Product support

Lewmar products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorised Service Repre-

sentatives. If you encounter any difficulties with this product, please contact your national distributor, 

or 

your local Lewmar dealer. 

CE Approvals

For CE approval certificates contact Lewmar.

Important information about this manual

Throughout this manual, you will see safety and product damage warnings.  

You must follow these warnings carefully to avoid possible injury or damage.

2- Specification

A

B

C

P

W

D

D (mm) D (inch) P (mm) P (inch) W (mm) W (inch)

Dual Gypsy

12 mm (

1

/

2

”)  

3 Strand and 8 Plait

6mm DIN 766

6

0.236

18.5

0.728

20.4

0.803

7 mm DIN 766

7

0.276

22

0.866

23.8

0.937

1

/

4

” ISO G4

7

0.276

21.3

0.840

24.4

0.962

1

/

4

” BBB

7.14

0.281

22.1

0.870

25.2

0.992

RC0860

Gypsy No. 504

14-16 mm (

9

/

16

”-

5

/

8

”)  

3 Strand and 8 Plait 

(

5

/

8

” only)

8 mm DIN 766

8

0.315

24

0.945

27.2

1.070

8 mm ISO 4565

8

0.315

24

0.945

28.8

1.134

5

/

16

” BBB

8.73

0.343

25.4

1.000

30.1

1.186

RC0864

Gypsy No. 516

14-16 mm (

9

/

16

”-

5

/

8

”)  

3 Strand and 8 Plait 

(

5

/

8

” only)

8 mm DIN 766

8

0.315

24

0.945

27.2

1.070

8 mm ISO 4565

8

0.315

24

0.945

28.8

1.134

5

/

16

” ISO G4

8.36

0.329

26.16

1.030

28.4

1.118

Pb Gypsy

14-16 mm Lead-core line

Electric specifications

A

B

C

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in

146

5

3

/

4

245

9

5

/

8

178

7

MODEL

MAX CHAIN

MOTOR 
SUPPLY

MOTOR 
POWER MAXIMUM PULL

MAXIMUM 

LINE SPEED

WORKING 

LOAD LIMIT

NORMAL 

CURRENT 

DRAW

CIRCUIT 

BREAKER WEIGHT

mm

in

Voltage

Watt

kg

lb

m/min. ft/min.

kg

lb

Amp

Amp

kg

lb

Pro-series/Fish 700

7

1/4

12

500

320

700

32

105

79

175

35

50

8.5 19

Pro-series/Fish 1000 
Pro-Fish Pb

8

5/16

12

700

454

1000

32

105

114

250

50

70

9.5 21

GB

 


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Lewmar Pro-Series/Fish windlass ref B10414 iss.1 

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 WARNING!

3- Safety Notice

 

     IMPORTANT: Read these notes before continuing. 

3.1 Windlass general

At all times it is the responsibility of the boat user to ensure that the anchor and rode are properly 

stowed for the prevailing sea conditions. This is particularly important with high-speed powerboats, 

because an anchor accidentally deploying while under way can cause considerable damage. An 

anchor windlass is mounted in the most exposed position on a vessel and is thus subject to severe 

atmospheric attack resulting in a possibility of corrosion in excess of that experienced with most 

other items of deck equipment. As the windlass may only be used infrequently, the risk of corrosion 

is further increased. It is essential that the windlass is regularly examined, operated and given any 

necessary maintenance.
Please ensure that you thoroughly understand the operation and safety requirements of the windlass 

before commencing the installation. Only persons who are completely familiar with the controls and 

those who have been fully made aware of the correct use of the windlass should be allowed to use it. 

If there is any doubt of how to install or operate this unit please seek advice from a suitably qualified 

engineer.
• Windlasses used incorrectly could cause harm to equipment or crew.
• Windlasses should be used with care and treated with respect.
• Boating, like many other activities can be hazardous.  Even the correct selection, maintenance and

use of proper equipment cannot eliminate the potential for danger, serious injury or death.

• Lewmar windlasses are designed and supplied for anchor control in marine applications and are

not to be used in conjunction with any other use.

• Keep limbs, fingers, clothing and hair clear of windlass and anchor rope/chain and anchor during operation. 

Severe bodily harm would result.

• Ensure there are no swimmers or divers nearby when dropping anchor.
• When the Windlass is not in use the anchor must be tied off onto a cleat or equivalent strong point to prevent 

damage to the boat.

• Windlass must not be used as the sole means of securing the anchor to the bow fitting especially under storm 

conditions.  Anchors should be independently secured to prevent accidental release.

• Classification Societies require that a vessel lying at anchor must have its anchor rope/chain secured to a 

chain stopper or other suitable independent strong point.

• A windlass should never be used as a mooring bollard, the anchor rode MUST be secured to a mooring 

cleat, chain stopper or other designated strong point.  Using the windlass to secure the rode will damage the 

windlass.

• Do not use windlass for ANY purpose other than deployment and recovery of anchor.

• Do not wrap chain around a capstan barrel or drum where fitted.

• A circuit breaker/isolator should always be used with this windlass to protect the motor and cables from 

overheating and damage.

• Always switch off this windlass at the circuit breaker/isolator when not in use.
• It is the unavoidable responsibility of the owner or master or other responsible party to assess the risk of any 

operation on the vessel.

• Windlass must not be operated whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

3.2 Fitting

• This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this

manual. Failure to do so could result in poor product performance, personal injury and/or damage

to your boat.

• Consult the boat manufacturer if you have any doubt about the strength or suitability of the

mounting location.

3.3 Electrical

• Make sure you have switched off the power before you start installing this product.

• This product requires installation by a suitably qualified electrical engineer.

 


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4- Installation

4.2 Accessories

Use only genuine Lewmar parts and accessories to ensure top performance and eliminate the risk of 
voiding your warranty.  

4.3 Gypsy Suitability

Gypsies fitted to the Pro-Series / Pro-Fish windlasses are ideally suited to handling our factory made 

Rope/Chain combination rodes, which consist of rope spliced to a chain tail. See §2 Specifications for 

details.
Ropes used must be windlass grade, medium lay nylon. Ropes from different manufacturers 

have wide variations in stretch and consistency in diameter. Therefore, rope and chain from other 

manufacturers may require some experimentation to determine the optimum size.

Should you have difficulty in matching a gypsy to your chain please consult your local agent or our 

international network of distributors.

4.4 Above deck preparation

IMPORTANT - Plan location carefully and allow for the following:

25-60 mm
1” - 2

1

/

4

2

1

3

1. Use drilling template provided and choose an appropriate position with reference to the vessel’s

bow roller and the chain locker below. Allow for the rotation of the manual operating wrench handle

2. If the deck is not flat, a suitable mounting pad may be required to take up camber or sheer.

NOTE: If in doubt about the suitable construction of the pad consult a qualified marine engineer.

The deck is an integral component of the windlass it has to secure the windlass and be strong

enough to cope with the high torque stresses involved in recovering the anchor. Decks that are thin,

or of foam or balsa laminate construction, will require reinforcement in order to spread the loads that will 

be applied to the deck while the windl;ass is in use.

3. Lewmar recommends a minimum deck thickness of 25mm (1”),

M8 Studs suit deck and packing thickness of 25-60mm (1” - 2

1

/

4

”).

300 mm

(12”)

WINDLASS INSTALLATION

• An appropriate marine sealant

• Electric drill and 10mm (

3

/

8

”) drill bit

• 76mm (3”) Hole Saw

WIRING INSTALLATION

• Crimping Pliers / Wire Stripper

• Suitable electrical cable and crimp terminals

4.1 Basic requirements

Each installation requires the following tools:

4.5 Below deck preparation

IMPORTANT: The positioning of the windlass must be 

checked prior to cutting for deck/hull and bulkhead 

clearance.

Lead from the roller should be fed horizontally back 

to the top of the gypsy and along its centre line within 

+6˚. There must be sufficient vertical fall (minimum 

of 300 mm /12” at all 

times) for the chain or 

rope when hauling in.

WARNING! Failure to 

provide minimum vertical 

fall will cause jamming.

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Lewmar Pro-Series/Fish windlass ref B10414 iss.1 

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4.6 Above deck fitting

Using the template and after you have checked all the above and below deck requirements cut the 

following holes: 

Using a 10mm (

3

/

8

”) diameter drill bit, make the three holes for the mounting studs and two for the 

motor cables. With a 76mm (3”) diameter hole saw, make one hole for the rode to pass through.

1. When all the holes have been made, remove the template. To help avoid water absorption by the 

deck, apply an appropriate marine sealant to the freshly cut hole edges.

2. Assemble and tighten studs into base until they bottom out in their holes. Studs have a flat for 

spanner location. Position the flats of the studs nearest the base of the windlass.

3. Place the base mat in position on the deck. Optionally, apply a suitable sealant to the base of the 

windlass, any mounting pad or around the studs.

2

1

3

4.7 Under deck fastening

1. Fit windlass to deck. Trim the studs back to 6mm (

1

/

4

”) 

below the fully tightened nuts to prevent snagging anchor 

rope/chain if necessary.

• NOTE: If using silicone or other rubbery type sealant, 

it is advisable to allow curing of the sealant before final 

tightening of the mounting nuts.

6mm - 

1

/

4

ON

4.8 Loading rope/chain

For safety and performance Lewmar recommends the use of matched Lewmar anchor rodes.

1

2

3

4

 

DO NOT use a permanent 

adhesive/sealant eg.5200

 

WARNING! Isolate (turn off) the 

windlass using circuit breaker / isolator.

1. Pull out control arm.

2. Feed anchor rope/chain into entry hole. Tie off to suitable strong point in the anchor locker.

3. Align rope/chain in gypsy. Release control arm and wrap rope/chain around gypsy.

4. Turn on the breaker and power load rest of anchor rope/chain.

 


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5- Electrical wiring

CABLE SIZING FOR LENGTH OF CABLE RUN

up to 14 m up to 40 ft 15 - 24 m

41 - 66 ft

6 mm²

10 AWG

10 mm²

8 AWG

5.1 Electric cable selection

Lewmar recommends the installer source and install cable that meets the requirements of the 

standards and regulations relevant to the installation and codes of practice.
The cable table gives recommended cable sizes based on total length of cable required, from the 

battery, following the route of the cables.

5.2 Wiring

Plan the installation to suit the controls and give the operator a full view of the windlass. The wiring 
system should be of the fully insulated type, which avoids possible electrolytic corrosion problems. 
We recommend the use of type III stranded, tinned copper wire with copper crimp terminals. Most 
modern installations are negative return (negative ground) but polarity should be checked.
Overload protection, in the form of the circuit breaker provided must be built into the windlass wiring 
circuit.
•  Circuit breaker supplied:

Pro-Serie/Fish 700 - 50A (Part No 68000348)
Pro-Serie/Fish 1000 and Pro-Fish Pb - 70A (Part No 68000240)

•  The circuit breaker should be positioned close to the battery in a dry, readily accessible place.
• The breaker must be manually reset should an overload occur that causes it to trip to the off

position.

• If you are not sure you understand these guidelines, seek professional help. Ensure that the

installation complies with USCG, ABYC, NMMA or other local regulations.

 WARNING!

DO NOT confuse cable length 

with the length of the vessel

5.3 Control switch installation

The unit is supplied with

• Guarded rocker switch (product ref 68000593)

• Contactor (product ref 68000939)

Follow the wiring diagram § 5.4 

NOTE:

 Optional electric footswitches and remote handheld control available. 

Contactor box and control box used in some installation refer to wiring diagram 

§ 5.5 and § 5.6
Optional wireless remote also available  

See table below for models and references

WIRELESS REMOTE  

(3 button windlass only)

WIRELESS REMOTE  

(5 button windlass & thruster)

68000967

68000968

Windlass performance is directly related to cable size and length. Voltage drop over the complete 

wiring run must not exceed 10%.

NOTE: In a multi station installation all switches must be wired in a parallel circuit.

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5.4 Wiring diagram using contactor provided (Part No 68000939)

Installation instructions are supplied separately with any accessories.

ON

A

B

Electric

 S

witches

U

P

DO

WN

Remote

 H

andheld

 C

ontrol

 

Ro

ck

er

 S

w

itch

(6

8000

59

3)

U

P

DO

WN

C

ircu

it B

re

ak

er

(S

ee

 §

 4.

2)

B

at

te

ry

12

 V

D

C

C

on

ta

ct

or

(6

8000

93

9)

Fu

se

3 A

Ca

ble

 C

olo

urs

A = B

la

ck

B = R

ed

S

w

itch

 w

ire

 th

ick

ne

ss

: 1

.5

 m

m

2

 (16

 A

W

G

)

O

pt

io

nal

 a

cc

es

so

rie

s

O

pt

io

nal

 W

ire

le

ss

 C

on

tro

l A

vai

la

ble

(S

ee § 5

.3

)

 


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5.5 Wiring diagram if a contactor box (Part No 68000965) is used

Installation instructions are supplied separately with any accessories.

ON

A

B

C

ircu

it B

re

ak

er

(S

ee

 C

har

t)

B

at

te

ry

12

 V

D

C

C

on

ta

ct

or

 B

ox

(6

80

00

96

5)

Fu

se

3 A

Ro

ck

er

 S

w

itch

(6

8000

59

3)

U

P

DO

WN

Remote

 H

andheld

 C

ontrol

 

Electric

 S

witches

U

P

DO

WN

Ca

ble

 C

olo

urs

A = B

la

ck

B = R

ed

S

w

itch

 w

ire

 th

ick

ne

ss

: 1

.5

 m

m

2

 (16

 A

W

G

)

O

pt

io

nal

 a

cc

es

so

rie

s

O

pt

io

nal

 W

ire

le

ss

 C

on

tro

l A

vai

la

ble

(S

ee § 5

.3

)

GB

 


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5.6 Wiring diagram if a pre-wired control box (Part No 68000963) is used

Installation instructions are supplied separately with any accessories.

ON

A

B

P

re

-W

ire

d

C

on

tro

l B

ox

(68

00

09

63

)

Ro

ck

er

 S

w

itch

(6

8000

59

3)

U

P

DO

WN

Remote

 H

andheld

 C

ontrol

 

Electric

 S

witches

U

P

DO

WN

C

ircu

it B

re

ak

er

(S

ee

 §

 4.

2)

B

at

te

ry

12

 V

D

C

Ca

ble

 C

olo

urs

A = B

la

ck

B = R

ed

S

w

itch

 w

ire

 th

ick

ne

ss

: 1

.5

 m

m

2

 (16

 A

W

G

)

O

pt

io

nal

 a

cc

es

so

rie

s

O

pt

io

nal

 W

ire

le

ss

 C

on

tro

l A

vai

la

ble

(S

ee § 5

.3

)

 


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6- Operation

 

WARNING! Trapping, crushing or 

entanglement danger whiIst operating 

windlass manually or under power

1. Disengage the capstan drive by pressing the plunger button on the capstan drive cap and pressing 

the locking button until the plunger remains in the down position.

2. Release any anchor locks
3.When safe insert the Lewmar wrench in to the capstan drive cap. Rotate clockwise to grip the gypsy 

and anticlockwise to free the gypsy controlling the rate of descent of the anchor. Once deployed 

adjust desired scope if using a rope/chain, lock the clutch by turning the drive cap clockwise and 

engage the anchor locks. Remove the wrench handle.

 

WARNING! Always remove 

wrench handle after use

4. To return the windlass back to powered operation pull the locking button out disengaging the 

plunger. 

Engage the circuit breaker/isolator and press the UP/DOWN button. 

1

3

4

6.1 Manual controlled freefall

Use this method for quicker anchor deployment, in an emergency involving loss of power or to save 

battery power. Observe maritime anchor deployment safety rules.

1. Release any anchor locks 
2. When safe, insert the Lewmar wrench in to the capstan drive cap. Rotate clockwise to grip the 

gypsy and anticlockwise to free the gypsy controlling the rate of descent of the anchor. Lock the 

clutch by turning the drive cap clockwise and engage the anchor locks.

  WARNING! Always remove 

wrench handle after use

3. To return the windlass back to powered operation lock the clutch by rotating the capstan drive cap 

clockwise until tight and remove the wrench handle.

4. Engage the circuit breaker/isolator and press the up button.

NOTE: If the clutch nut is not tight the internal clutch mechanism will rotate freely and not engage 

the drive to the capstan.

ON

1

2

3

4

6.1a - Pro-Fish

6.1b - Pro-Series

2

See §6.3 for powered operation

 

WARNING! Isolate (Turn off) the 

windlass using circuit breaker / isolator.

GB

 


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6.3 Power up/down

To release anchor:

1. Check unit is not in manual mode and plunger is disengaged/up position.
2. Release any anchor locks.
3. Engage the circuit breaker/isolator.

When releasing the anchor, press DOWN button for 2 seconds until the anchor is under freefall. If the clutch 

was left in a locked position the anchor will move almost immediately, if unlocked it could take several seconds

to fully re-engage the internal clutch.
NOTE: Pressing the DOWN button for over 5 seconds will result in a longer clutch re-engagement time during

the next UP command).
If using a rope/chain rode, motor astern to create the desired scope. Once scope has been created press the

UP button continuously until freefall stops. It normally takes several seconds to fully re-engage the internal 

clutch mechanism, locking the windlass.
NOTE: Failure to lock the windlass clutch could result in rope/chain creeping out.

To retrieve anchor:

4. Press the UP button continuously to retrieve the anchor.

ON

2 Sec

ON

1

2

3

4

6.2 Manual anchor recovery

1. Ensure capstan drive cap is tight so the clutch is locked.
2. Release any anchor locks and when safe insert the Lewmar wrench or a standard 12mm (1/2”) drive rachet into

the socket end of the driveshaft on the opposite site of the windlass to the gypsy.

3. Using the wrench, turn the driveshaft clockwise to retrieve the anchor.

4. Once anchor is retrieved, remove the wrench handle and ensure it is adequately secured to an independent

strong point.

WARNING! Always remove 

wrench handle after use

1

2

3

4

WARNING! Isolate (Turn off) the 

windlass using circuit breaker / isolator.

WARNING! Trapping, crushing or 

entanglement danger whiIst operating 

windlass manually or under power

6.3a - Pro-Fish

 


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To release anchor:

1. Check clutch nut is tight. If the clutch nut is not tight 

the internal clutch will rotate freely and not engage 

the drive to the capstan.

2. Release any anchor locks.
3. Engage the circuit breaker/isolator. 

Press DOWN button.

To retrieve anchor:

4. Press the UP button continuously to retrieve the 

anchor. 

Note: If the clutch nut is not tight the internal clutch 

will rotate freely and not engage the drive to the 

capstan.

ON

ON

1

2

3

4

6.3 b - Pro-Series

GB

When anchoring, power rode out allowing the vessel to take up stern away preventing the rode 

tangling with anchor. Use this method for mooring stern first to a jetty.

6.4 Windlass operating procedures

This is an anchor recovery device. DO NOT use the windlass to pull the boat to the anchor as it will 

damage the mechanism. Vessels at anchor will snub on the rode and this can cause slippage or 

apply excessive loads to the windlass. Best practice is to use a bollard or other strong point when at 

anchor and use the vessels engines to break the anchor free. Otherwise excessive load will cause the 

freefall function to seize and can cause damage to the gearbox.

To aid recovery, under power, move vessel 

towards anchor but not over and beyond, 

as this can cause damage to topside.

As anchor approaches the vessel use 

careful adjustments of controls to avoid 

damaging vessel, start and stop the 

windlass to bring the anchor slowly into 

the bow roller.   

Pulling the last bit of rode and anchor into 

the bow roller at full speed can damage 

the boat, bow roller and windlass.

When stowing it is important to make sure, particularly with rode lines that there is at least 300mm 

(12”) of free space below the windlass (See §4.5). Stop and check during the stowing process to 

determine if there is sufficient space on you vessel. If the rode pile is too close to the underside of the 

windlass, re-distribute the rode away from directly below the windlass. If the rode gets too close to the 

underside of the windlass it will cause problems with good rode recovery and may cause damage to 

the line. 

 

When retrieving anchor do not 

overload or stall in windlass.

 

The rode should be secured directly to a bollard, sampson 

post or cleat and a chain secured by a chain stopper.

 


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7- Servicing

7.1 Servicing schedule

The service period is determined by the frequency of use. Professional user will need to carry out 

these operations more often than the weekend user. Before commencing any work on this or any 

other electrical product, isolate from the power source.

Bedding in period:

When new there are some areas that will need frequent checking. If no movement is found they can 

be inspected less often. 

• Examine all electrical connections, to make sure they are sound and corrosion hasn’t set in.

Tighten if necessary and protect if required. 

Check mounting studs are firmly clamped and tighten if required.

After use:

• Wash down the windlass using fresh water.

• Ensure rode is at least 12” (300mm) below the windlass

• Check anchor locker drain

• Check rode and splice for wear.

Annually or more often if frequent user:

• Examine all electrical connections, to make sure they are sound and corrosion hasn’t set in. Tighten

if necessary and protect if required. 

Check mounting studs are firmly clamped and tighten if required.

• Check rode and splice for wear.

• Check gypsy as it is a high wear item (For service and replacement see §7.2)

• Check main case (19) for damage particularly around the seal (24) and cover (18)

WARNING! Isolate the windlass 

using circuit breaker/isolator

WARNING! Ensure rode is adequately 

secured to an independent strong point

7.2 Gypsy replacement/service

1. Remove shoulder screw (17) from drive cap (8) this may required warming as it is secured with

loctite

®

2. Unscrew and remove clutch nut (36) and gypsy cone (35).
3. Unscrew blots (53) and (54) they may require warming as they are secured with loctite

®

 and remove

stopper cam (9) (Pro-Fish only) and rope guard (29), careful not to loose spacer (31).

• Slide away stripper (37) to remove from gypsy (58)
• Pull back control arm (30) away from the gypsy and remove gypsy and drive pins (43), take care to

note direction of rope teeth for reassembly and keep the pins safe.

• Check parts for wear and replace as appropriate
• Clean thoroughly without solvent or wire brush and dry.
• Clean and lubricate Pro-Fish plunger.
• Re-Assemble, use grease to hold the drive pins (43) in place and small amount on the mating faces.
• Use loctite

®

 on the screws (53) and (54) and Pro-Fish cap screw (17), making sure no Loctite residue

gets on the thread as it will prevent the free fall function operating.

1

2

3

Pro-Series

Pro-Fish

Pro-Fish

Pro-Series

 


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7.3 Parts list

55

42

18

25

4

2

51

27

46

22

5

3

39

19

21

28

50

47

43

9

54

35

36

17

16

11

10

14

20

12

8

15

29

37

40

44

41

38

45

30

48

58

13

53

31

54

32

49

1

7

57

24

52

33

6

34

23

6

26

56

Pro-Fish

Pro-Series

GB

 


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Lewmar Pro-Series/Fish windlass ref B10414 iss.1 

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KIT NO

DESCRIPTION

ITEMS INCLUDED (QTY)

66000096

Pro-Series Stripper Arm Kit

37(1), 53(1), 54(2)

66000098

Pro-Series Clutch Nut & Cone Kit 

35(1), 36(1), 43(2)

66000099

Clutch Lever

Clutch lever (not shown)

66000101

504 Gypsy RC 8mm (5/16”)

58A(1)

66000102

516 Gypsy RC 5/16” G4

58B(1)

66000768

Pb Gypsy  (14-16mm Leaded Line)

58C(1)

66000769

Dual Gypsy RC 6mm - 7mm -1/4”

58(1)

66000634

Bearing Kit

2(1), 4(1), 5(1), 6(2), 56(1), 57(1)

66000616

Pro-Fish Conversion Kit

8(1), 9(1), 10(1), 11(1), 12(1), 13(1),14(1), 15(1), 16(1), 17(1), 20(1), 54(2)

66000617

Pro-Fish Stopper Kit

9(3), 54(2)

66000620

Pro-Fish Drive Cap Assembly Kit

8(1), 10(1), 11(1), 12(1), 13(1),14(1), 15(1), 16(1), 17(1), 20(1)

66000758

Pro-Series Washer Kit

21(1), 22(1), 23(2), 27(1)

66000759

Pro-Series Gasket Kit

24(1), 25(6)

66000760

Pro-Series Coumpound Gear kit

5(1)

66000761

Pro-Series Gears & Shaft Kit

2(1), 3(1), 6(2), 23(2), 28(1), 33(1), 34(1), 45(1), 46(1), 51(1)

66000762

Pro-Series Gear Train Cover Kit

4(1), 18(1), 24(1), 25(6). 42(1), 55(6), 57(1)

66000763

Pro-Series 12V Motor Kit

26(1), 33(1), 38(1), 45(1), 50(2), 52(3)

66000764

Pro-Series Seals & Screw Kit

2(1), 3(1), 7(1), 24(1), 25(6), 26(1), 39(2), 42(1), 43(2), 45(1), 52(3), 53(2), 54(3), 55(6)

66000766

Pro-Guard / Control Arm Kit

29(1), 30(1), 31(1), 41(1), 44(1), 48(1), 54(3)

1. Anchor rode pays out independently while windlass is not in use.
• This problem is a result of not securing the anchor rode combined with the gypsy drive cap being 

slack. Tighten the gypsy drive cap using the winch handle and always secure the anchor rode 
independently of the windlass when not in use.

2. Failure to operate or sluggish operation.
• The majority of these problems are electrical in nature. It is essential that the proper voltage be 

maintained. The proper voltage on a 12 Volt system is 13.5 Volts, constant low voltage will damage 
motor.

  Ensure electrical cable size is large enough to handle the current draw and keep voltage drop within 

acceptable limits.

• Check control switches, connections, battery condition, isolator switch, fuse and motor for 

operation failure.

3. Failure to operate.
• Is there a voltage at the input terminals to the contactor and switches. Check the circuit breaker/

isolator switch and any fuses.

• Operate the switch. Is there voltage at the positive switch terminal on the solenoid. If not, the switch 

(or its wiring), is difective.

• Keep the switch activated. Is there voltage at the main output terminal on the contactor. If not check 

the contactor coil ground circuit. If okay, replace the contactor.

• Check the voltage at the motor. If voltage of at least 12.5 volts is present and the motor does not 

operate, the motor is defective.

8- Troubleshooting

 


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9- Warranty

Lewmar warrants that in normal private pleasure boat 

usage and with proper maintenance its products will 

conform with their specification for a period of three 

years from the date of purchase by the end user, 

subject to the conditions, limitations and exceptions 

listed below. Any product, which proves to be defective 

in normal usage during that three-year period, will be 

repaired or, at Lewmar’s option, replaced by Lewmar. 
A  CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
i   Lewmar’s liability shall be limited to the repair or 

replacement of any parts of the product which are 

defective in materials or workmanship.

ii  Responsibility for the selection of products 

appropriate for the use intended by the Buyer shall 

rest solely with the Buyer and Lewmar accepts no 

responsibility for any such selection.

iii  Lewmar shall not be liable in any way for Product 

failure, or any resulting loss or damage that arises 

from:

a. use of a product in an application for which it was 

not designed or intended;

b. corrosion, ultra violet degradation or wear and tear;
c. a failure to service or maintain the product in 

accordance with Lewmar’s recommendations;

d. faulty or deficient installation of the product (unless 

conducted by Lewmar);

e. any modification or alteration of the product;

f.  conditions that exceed the product’s performance 

specifications or safe working loads.

g. Abuse

iv  Product subject to a warranty claim must be returned 

to the Lewmar outlet that supplied the product for 

examination unless otherwise approved by Lewmar in 

writing.

v  This warranty does not cover any incidental costs 

incurred for the investigation, removal, carriage, 

transport or installation of product.

vi  Service by anyone other than authorized Lewmar 

representatives shall void this warranty unless it 

accords with Lewmar guidelines and standards of 

workmanship.

vii  Lewmar’s products are intended for use only in the 

marine environment. Buyers intending to use them 

for any other purpose should seek independent 

professional advice as to their suitability. Lewmar 

accepts no liability arising from such other use.

B   EXCEPTIONS

Cover under this Warranty is limited to a period of 

one year from the date of purchase by the end user in 

the case of any of the following products or parts of 

products:

• Electric motors and associated electrical equipment
•  Electronic controls
•  Hydraulic pumps, valves and actuators
•  Hatch & Portlight weather seals
• Products used in “Grand Prix” racing applications
•  Products used in commercial or charter applications
•  Anchor rodes
C   LIABILITY
i   Lewmar’s liability under this warranty shall be to the 

exclusion of all other warranties or liabilities (to the 

extent permitted by law). In particular (but without 

limitation):

a.  Lewmar shall not be liable for:

•  Any loss of anticipated turnover or profit or indirect, 

consequential or economic loss;

•  Damages, costs or expenses payable to any third 

party;

•  Any damage to yachts or equipment;
• Death or personal Injury (unless caused by Lewmar’s 

negligence).
Some states and countries do not allow the exclusion 

or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, 

so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to 

you

b.  Lewmar grants no other warranties regarding the 

fitness for purpose, use, nature or satisfactory quality 

of the products.

ii  Where applicable law does not permit a statutory or 

implied warranty to be excluded, then such warranty, 

if permitted by that state or country’s law, shall 

be limited to a period of one year from the date of 

purchase by the end user. Some states and countries 

do not allow limitations on how long an implied 

warranty lasts, so this limitation may not apply to you.

D  PROCEDURE

Notice of a claim for service under this warranty 

shall be made promptly and in writing by the end 

user to the Lewmar outlet that supplied the product 

or to Lewmar Limited.

E  SEVERANCE CLAUSE

If any clause of this warranty is held by any court 

or other competent authority to be invalid or 

unenforceable in whole or in part, the validity of the 

remaining clauses of this warranty and the remainder 

of the clause in question shall not be affected.

F  OTHER RIGHTS

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you 

may also have other legal rights, which vary from 

state to state and country to country.
In the case of European States a Consumer customer 

(as defined nationally) has legal rights under the 

applicable national law governing the sale of 

Consumer Goods; this Warranty does not affect those 

rights.

G LAW

This warranty shall be governed by and read in 

accordance with the laws of England or the state or 

country in which the first end user is domiciled at the 

time of purchase of the product.

H DISPUTES

Any dispute arising under this warranty may, at the 

option of the end-user, be referred to alternative 

dispute resolution under the rules of the British Marine 

Federation or to the Courts of the State whose law 

shall govern the warranty or to the Courts of England 

and Wales.

Limited Warranty and Key Terms of Supply by Lewmar

GB