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Subject: Re: Condensation on escape hatch


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Trevor
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Date Posted: 15:50:24 23/10/2008 Thu
In reply to: Hans 's message, "Condensation on escape hatch" on 21:44:11 05/08/2008 Tue

Hi, had the same problem on my seamaster 30, what I did was cut a piece of polycarbonate and fitted it to the inside of the hatch, in effect double glazed it. Stopped condensation on glass.

>When nicely asleep in the front cabin of my Sea Master
>815 Sailer, I get disturbed by cold drops of
>condensation of the glas escape hatch and locking
>levers above me.
>Even when the hatch is open, it drips.
>anybody with a tip?
>
>Thanks, Hans.

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