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Subject: Re: Trapper 300 wiring

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Date Posted: 17/04/06 12:05:06
In reply to: nick 's message, "Re: Trapper 300 wiring" on 17/04/06 2:22:00

Hi Niok

The cables (both VHF aerial and electrical) go through existing deck glands and are split between the gland and where they enter the mast. The have to be cut each time the boat is lifted out and then resoldered when liften in again.

I'd rather replace the glands with plugs/sockets but can't get access to the fittings inside the cabin as there appears to be a pretty solid grp moulding that as John said earlier isn't removable.

As I can't see the wires coming through inside the boat I can only assume that there is a cavity between the deck and the internal moulding. How best to access this without simply hacking an ugly big hole is the bit that is sticking me.


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