Is this repairable? (transducer)
Last time I recovered my RIB it seems that somehow I winched it too far up the trailer which resulted in the transom passing over the rear rollers and then dropping down in front of them. This meant that to launch it we had to physically lift the back of the boat up and over the rollers.
No problem really except that the rollers caught the transducer of my fishfinder and damaged it. As you can see from the attached pics the casing has broken open and the bottom half is only held on now by the inside wiring. There aren't any screws on the casing so I assumed it was glued together or maybe was a sealed unit. I'm just wondering if this can be repaired? Is there any glue that would hold it back together and wouldn't be affected by being submerged. The fishfinder still seemed to be working ok at low speeds but when travelling at high speed it wouldn't read, due I guess to it not pointing downwards at speed.
If it needs replacing can I just cut the cable and splice on a new one using some sort of waterproof connection, or will I have to run the cabling back to the fishfinder unit?