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B&G Wind Sensor - Service Agent

Hello,

I have a B&G 285 masthead wind speed & direction sensor. I had the mast taken out for some work on the step, during the process the cups got broken. I managed to get new cups but by then "Someone" at the yard had tried to fix it, its now in bits and I have no idea how to reassemble it.

Question is does anyone know if there are any service technicians or centers that specialise in B&G equipment and these sensors in particular.

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Re: B&G Wind Sensor - Service Agent

You have probably resolved this by now but if not, you can contact B&G directly - Technical Support
As this was made before B&G were bought by Navico, I would contact the guys in England - they have a good reputation for supporting their products.
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