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Old 30-01-2017, 07:00   #1
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Marine electricians in SW FL

Hi all:

I need to find a marine electrician around Sarasota FL to correct some shore power issues and install an echo regulator. Please let me know if you have suggestions.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Marine electricians in SW FL

JTB Marine. St. Pete.
http://www.jtbmarine.com/
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Re: Marine electricians in SW FL

Try:

Jim Freund

Freundship Marine LLC
941-744-0003
Advanced NMEA Cert. Marine Electrician
NMEA 2000 Certified
EPA cert. A/C and Refrigeration Technician

He's located in Bradenton and has done good work for us.
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Thanks much guys. I contacted both of them.
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