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Subject: Re: Original stern navigation light for a Seamaster 23.


Author:
Kevin
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Date Posted: 21:40:47 19/04/2013 Fri
In reply to: Mike Thompson 's message, "Re: Original stern navigation light for a Seamaster 23." on 18:56:24 27/03/2013 Wed

>I hesitated over whether I should offer to help you as
>you didn't have the courtesy to acknowledge my reply
>to your earlier query, however.....
>
>You won't find an identical replacement unless it's a
>secondhand one at a boat jumble. I had to change the
>one on our 23 because some twerp had replaced the
>original with a face-mounted type, so it pointed
>vertically upwards - some people beggar belief! I
>fitted a small, neat, Perko chrome-bodied one from
>ASAP, see [ >href="http://www.asap-supplies.com/marine/standard-chro
>med-case-navigation-lighting-12v/navigation-lamp-stern-
>white-730413].">http://www.asap-supplies.com/marine/sta
>ndard-chromed-case-navigation-lighting-12v/navigation-l
>amp-stern-white-730413].

>
>I hope this is helpful but I'm not holding my breath
>that you'll reply.


Mike,

Thanks for this and your original response to my wooden trim problem. Apologies for not acknowledging your first reply but I am new to this and hadnt realised there was an etiquette to follow. I sort of assumed you posted issues and people with relevant knowledge gave advise if they could. I followed your advise on the trim and got new ones made from sapele from a local joiners and have also ordered the light you suggested. I would probably have only responded if I had a question until saw you comment on the last response, no offence intended and thanks again.

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