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Re: Can anyone spare a B&G Hornet Mk3 impeller?

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  • stephen_lowden
    Thanks, Bill. I have taken the dial off the hatch-garage, and there is nothing obvious lurking behind it. The system gives every sign of being plumbed in to
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 30, 2012
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      Thanks, Bill. I have taken the dial off the hatch-garage, and there is nothing obvious lurking behind it. The system gives every sign of being plumbed in to the main batteries.

      --- In campernicholson@yahoogroups.com, "William E. Roesner" <blueprintbill@...> wrote:
      >
      > Gentlemen,
      > My B & G knot log meter, circa 1982, runs off it's own small battery
      > ( approx. 4" x 3"x 3" ) buried behind the readout at companionway
      > bulkhead. When the battery goes readings go with it. Check it out.
      > Bill R.
      > CN31-113
      > SV Blueprint
      >
      > On Jun 29, 2012, at 6:03 AM, stephen_lowden wrote:
      >
      > > This is a message more in hope than expectation.
      > >
      > > My log has begun to under-read, and I assume the impeller is worn
      > > out after about 10,000 miles. (Though the previous one lasted about
      > > 30,000 miles.)
      > >
      > > I wonder if any of you has one of these impellers sitting unwanted
      > > on a shelf, having been replaced by something more modern? If so,
      > > I'd be happy to buy it: a less-worn one seems worth a try, as an
      > > alternative to tearing the whole thing out and starting anew. (B&G
      > > no longer make replacements, and their idea of a bodge would cost
      > > about four times as much as a new modern one.)
      > >
      > >
      >
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