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Subject: Re: Hydrovane

John Woodhouse
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Date Posted: 19/01/07 14:05:35
In reply to: brian henry 's message, "Re: Hydrovane" on 18/01/07 15:21:42

Brian - I say this slightly tongue in cheek but provided we are all observing Coll Reg no 5 there should not be problem.

My last A/H issue was last August. On passage from Alderney to Cherbourg. Wind NE (where else) & vis. closed in. Everything fine except course in A/H window nothing like compass - varied between 90 - 180d out. Found a forign body jammed undeer the fluxgate compass preventing it from gimballing. Turned out an O ring had come adrift.

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