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Fixing the leaky freshwater system is probably a good idea before tackling replacing a transducer, that will require you to haul the boat out.

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Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
And Raymarine trys to confuse you by adding a "third rail" or "third wire" which is nothing more than the shielding of the transducer wire..

I will eventually install the new Airmar transducer but for now I'm going sailing... Oh wait? After I replace all the Quest Pex domestic water plumbing connections that are leaking... I can see why there was a class action over these POS Quest Pex fittings.. Time to re-plumb..

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