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Old 13 July 2016, 10:40   #11
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Less of the ETEC bashing please, that will be my job if mine fails
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I cannot think of a single industry where it is acceptable to report a defect two years after the discovery of said defect.

Especially marine electronics, which are used in quite possibly the most common corrosive environment known to man.
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Now whose slagging Land Rover off 😡😡
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For balance, we have Cruz pro vapour detectors on all the boats / hovercraft (a coding requirement). It's good kit, very well priced..... I deal with a uk importer who have never been anything but helpful
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