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Old 24-03-2010, 18:47   #16
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You can safely cut and splice Airmar transducer cables (Garmin uses Airmar) without voiding the warranty, if you use the Airmar J-box (available from Gemeco.com) and carefully follow the instructions. There are a few J-box types, depending on the number of conductors in your transducer. The folks at Gemeco will help you select the right one.

See Can I cut my transducer cable?
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