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Old 28 September 2012, 04:59   #1
Country: UK - England
Make: Avon 5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: Yamaha 60FE -
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can anything be done?


Had to purchase a replacement transducer for my NAVMAN 4200sx fish finder, I was able to buy a new one from a guy on here for a very good price, however the connector is different but only slightly

the connector socket back of the fishfinder is called "LT8" I believe

Iím not sure what the cable connector is called from transducer, its similar but too big and has a different screw on method

is there an convertor adaptor I can buy of should I be brave cut it hope the wires are the same colour and solder on the old connector?

Couple of pics attached for your thoughts? thanks all
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Old 28 September 2012, 13:34   #2
Country: USA
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Probably have to cut and solder. There are no standard connectors for this stuff, so adaptors are unlikely to be available.


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Old 25 October 2012, 01:52   #3
Country: UK - England
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Boat name: Clam Chowder
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Looks like a Bulgin 400 Series Buccaneer socket ( or panel plug) should be able to buy the plug from RS, CPC or Farnell!
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