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Old 09-08-2021, 21:28   #61
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Re: in hull transducer - do they work ok?

the temp reading will be off. Transducer heats up when powered and will see the temp rise the longer you run it. The hull temp is very close to water temp, but not exactly the same. Mine works too, but is of anywhere from 3 to 8 degrees
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