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My faithful old Autohelm 6000 autopilot has developed a sick course computer. Autohelm, (now Raymarine)no longer has parts, so am searching the web for anyone wanting to sell such a unit.
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are you looking for a model 100 or 300 r computer?
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Neither - I believe rskipper was referring to one of the old AH 6000 systems which predate the ST series (circa 1992 vintage). It is a rectangular black metal heatsink/box with all the connections except power and drive being terminated through a 25 pin connector on the right hand end.

Until earlier this year I had such a unit myself, but gave it away after installing a complete system upgrade.

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Hi skipper;

Sorry to hear about your Autohelm course computer & hope you have found a resolution by now. I have the same system which is still performing well so I am not anxious to part with it. However, if you find yours is beyond hope and plan to give it up I would be interested in purchasing one of the control heads ZO25 or 26.
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please don't revive dead threads. It is considered poor net etiquette... it would be better to PM the person, or to check their profile to see if they're still active.

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