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Old 10 August 2006, 12:59   #11
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Sorry, picked this thread up late.

Rather than silicone, I'd go with something like 3M 4200. Better-lasting stuff than most silicones.

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Old 10 August 2006, 19:27   #12
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Thanks, was looking at that stuff at Home depot and wasnt sure as hadn't used it before. If the transducer works well in this location will use that if and when the silicone fails.
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All finished. Will try her out tommorow and see how it reads,
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works great
Think I will just stick with the silicone for now.
Thanks for all the tips,
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