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old Kenyon knot meter

Does anyone have an old Kenyon knot meter laying around? Mine works "sometimes". The PO put in a brand new thru-hull transducer and all of the accompanying wires etc are new.

If no one has one they want to part with - does anyone know where I can get the old one fixed?


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