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When you spin it by hand do you get a speed readout? If so then it's related to being in 'position' in the thruhull. When you spin it did you feel a 'magnetic attraction' to the paddle blade? Normally at least one paddle will have a magnetic slug that the transducer detects ( and counts the pulse rate for speed) Maybe that fell out?
If not, and your sure there's no wiring problem then it's gotta be in the unit itself....
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