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The answer to the problem was, it needed to be recharged. There is likely a small leak somewhere that I will try to resolve, but for now the recharge gave the unit a whole new life. With in 5 minutes of charging the plate was already freezing on the outside and with-in 30 minutes it was fully frozen...ya hooooooo!
Actually the repair man, Woody Sherrod of Sherrod Marine out of Baltimore, 410-752-2870, said the descaling probably helped the system as well.
Thanks all for the input.
1982 Tartan 37C
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Last edited by T37Chef; 07-15-2008 at 02:51 PM.