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Re: Accessing Chainplates

Alex,
I think hidden chainplates exist on several Pearson models, based on the few I've seen. My current guess is they're partly behind the wooden enclosure housing the cabin speakers, but there's 'stuff' sealing those to the surrounding fiberglass, as well as screws that look like they've never been turned. I could always experiment, but in the middle of sailing season there's this trade-off: Keep sailing and risk a problem - or open things up and risk losing the season...
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