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Subject: Re: seamaster 30 escape hatch


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Rick
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Date Posted: 00:29:31 13/07/2010 Tue
In reply to: mick ridout 's message, "seamaster 30 escape hatch" on 15:41:33 28/06/2010 Mon

>Hi folkes.
>I have a older Seamaster 30 fitted with an escape
>hatch in the front cabin port window. If I turn the
>two handles and push will it open and then close
>again. Is it hinged or does the whole window come out
>and have to be refitted by an expert?
>
>Also is there a supplier of touch up paint for the
>Perkins 4107 Engines.?
>
>Expert advice appreciated.


The early 30's had the same window as the 27 and 34, ie the whole thing comes out, you can re-fit it yourself with no problem as long as the seals are ok.

Hammerite is a near match for engine paint

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