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Subject: Re: seamaster 23 sailer anodes

David A Cooper (hopeful)
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Date Posted: 19:29:17 24/11/2012 Sat
In reply to: Chris Dawson 's message, "seamaster 23 sailer anodes" on 22:42:13 25/05/2012 Fri

>Hi all, i have noticed a lot of corrosion on the drop
>keel cast iron housing, i was wondering if i was
>missing a cable to the anode. Can anybody help

Yes you most certainly have a either a broken wire between the inner bolts of the anode fixings and the engine.
In fact all electrial systems must be grounded together.
This then uses the anode to protect the other metal underwater components

Hope this is helpful. David Sailing Tech. Advisor SeaMaster club

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