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Hi, I'm down here helping a friend on his powerboat electrical. Water was above wiring (fresh water, on the hard) and much needs re-done. I am doing what I can, but we'd like to find a local marine electrician to bring in.
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Hi, I'm down here helping a friend on his powerboat electrical. Water was above wiring (fresh water, on the hard) and much needs re-done. I am doing what I can, but we'd like to find a local marine electrician to bring in.
Call Steve at Jaytron Electronics in Bradenton at 941-746-6385. He can help you...

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hey HyLyte, that just may have been a perfect tip. They referred me to a gentleman here who sounds to be just who I needed. Great. My Tartan 37 in still in Md, I may bring it down next year...so I'm playing with other people's boats...you know how it is!
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