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Old 12-10-2018, 20:56   #1
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Before I embark on my mission of destruction, has anyone opened up the Airmar/Raymarine speed/temperature transducer. I have one where the Thermister has gone low. If I can find it, replacement should be easy. To do this I would cut the tube in half and reassemble with an adhesive and internal sleeve.
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Before I embark on my mission of destruction, has anyone opened up the Airmar/Raymarine speed/temperature transducer. I have one where the Thermister has gone low. If I can find it, replacement should be easy. To do this I would cut the tube in half and reassemble with an adhesive and internal sleeve.
Is temperature really that important? Good luck.
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Is temperature really that important? Good luck.
Not really. I just like to see things work as they should.
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Not really. I just like to see things work as they should.
Funny - I feel exactly the same way about my boat - if its installed it should be serviceable. Otherwise bugs the hell outta me.
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Sitting with a pin picking out resin to find something you don't know exactly where it is.... Goodbye transducer.....
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