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ST 1000 Problem Again

My St 1000 went crazy Again. With less then 10 hours since last repaired by Raymarine. And it had about 10 hours or less on it when it was repaired the year before. So now I have $500.00 in repairs on this thing. The first time they said it was water intrusion. Second time said it was fried. But all three times now the symptoms have been the same. I was going to throw it to the deep depths but I didn't want to make Neptune mad at giving him such a worthless piece of crap.

Since I single hand most of the time a auto helm is indispensable. So I am wondering whether I should go to a Simrad or step up to Raymarine 2000? At this point I hate to give Raymarine any more of my money. So any advice and or any info on these two units would be nice. Greg
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