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My ports/windows are leaking onto my bed. I need to find and replace "opening port with wing nut".
Does anyone know a good website for this?
Also, I need a new Dorade cowl vent....any ideas on finding one of these? Many thanks!
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Pearson windows

Try this place. They have a ton of Pearson and O'day items.

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Replaced the interior rubber seals on 6 leaky ports. No more leaks, lots cheaper as well. Available at many different outlets.
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The only opening ports on my 323 were in the head. Unless you sleep there, I'm guessing the leaking ports are an owner modification. Do you know the make?

Catalina Direct is a good source for rubber seals.

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Pearson portlights

Off hand I don't know the make as we are now in England and the boat is in Florida. Will check out your websites, many thanks! Lottie
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Not sure about the 323, but the opening ports on my P303 (v-berth, head and one in the saloon) were all made by Beckson. I contacted the company and they had brand new, old stock OEM windows for less than the price of new seals and lenses (my lenses were so UV damaged that you couldn't see out). Beckson also had opening ports to replace my fixed ports, which became an option one model year after mine was built. Their customer service was excellent, so you may want to give them a call.
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