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Old 24 February 2014, 13:09   #1
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For Ovey. Got the back end tidier and now in the console. The wiring wasn't too bad just untidy
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Old 24 February 2014, 15:10   #2
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Thanks Biffer! That's looking much better - hopefully it's not causing you to pull too much hair out!
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Thanks Biffer! That's looking much better - hopefully it's not causing you to pull too much hair out!
Haven't got much hair but no probs anyway
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I'm sure everybody else's RIBs would have caused that then!

I can't remember, but did that switch panel have nuts and bolts holding it in or screws? I've replaced a number of screws on the boat with locking nuts and bolts so far! If not I'll get some and use Nylocs to hold the panel in, along with some sealant which doesn't look to have been used previously from the photo.
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I'm sure everybody else's RIBs would have caused that then! I can't remember, but did that switch panel have nuts and bolts holding it in or screws? I've replaced a number of screws on the boat with locking nuts and bolts so far! If not I'll get some and use Nylocs to hold the panel in, along with some sealant which doesn't look to have been used previously from the photo.

Got sealer and bolts, left you a message, one of your trip fuses doesn't work, it's a spare one on aux 1 which you wanted for plotter, the question was, do you want me to see if I can match it?
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Thanks for all the hard work Biffer. I'll come over at the weekend to cross your palm with silver and collect - I'll send you a text when I know what day/time that's likely to be.
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