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Old 07 June 2007, 17:22   #11
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Yay, i found the problem. It was pretty simple . The plastic piece that the arm pushes against had become loose and was moving with the sensor arm. but when i did it up i broke it. opps. looks like a trip to lymington

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Old 07 June 2007, 18:00   #12
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Make sure there is a chair nearby when they give you the price

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Old 08 June 2007, 13:06   #13
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I was expecting it to be a stupid price but it was only 2.50 so quite pleased, but given up as it takes to much brain power think i should replace the trim gauge with somthing like a digital clock or maybe a fuel gauge would be more use.
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