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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 wiring


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Ian
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Date Posted: 14/04/06 1:16:21
In reply to: John Woodhouse 's message, "Re: Trapper 300 wiring" on 13/04/06 18:19:52

Hi

The Bow and Stern lights are fine but at some stage the previous owner has given up on the deck fittings and has left a small length of wire poking through the deck near the mast step for the UHF aerial and another for the wind sensor. These are then soldered to the corresponding wires protruding from the mast when the mast is restepped each season.

I'm not at all happy with this solution and would like to re-route the wires for VHF, wind and masthead light through proper deck fittings. I'm just not sure of the most practical way of accessing the underside of the deck to do the work. The existing wires seem to run between the deck and internal grp moulding you described. I'd like to get access to see if the existing (aged) deck fittings can be replaced so no new holes are needed (if possible) but the only way seems to be to hack a hole in the grp moulding near the mast step?

I'm in Troon - and I suspect you aren't very close, although I appreciate the offer. :-)

Regards Ian

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