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Old 07-07-2015, 07:01   #1
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Tiller pilot tp 10: Rubbish or my bad luck?

I bought TP10 tiller pilot for my great adventure to the North Channel in Georgian Bay. The first one I received was dead right out of the box. The replacement worked as advertised and got the crew and I to our destination trouble free and I was in love with it. However upon leaving for the return trip(an all night sail) the flux gate compass went wonky. I tried recalibrating it 3 times as per instructions but no joy which confirmed my suspicions about the flux gate.
All that aside what if any experience does anyone here have with the TP10?
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