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Old 26-02-2013, 20:32   #1
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Location: Phuket Thailand for the moment
Boat: Landfall 39 built 1982
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Salvaging a Marine stove that was immersed

I have a three burner Force 10 gas stove that was flooded with salt water when my boat broke its mooring and ended up on its starboard side. I have had bigger things to be onto with the salvage off the reef shelf but now that she is dry and floating again I can bring my attention to smaller details.

Any ideas?????? Thanks in advance

Cheers Alex
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