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Re: Echo Sounder problems

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  • sannasailor
    Andy thanks for the info Interesting your tranducer had been moved up to the bow. Possibly to get away from electrical interference from radio and switch
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 4, 2011
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      Andy thanks for the info
      Interesting your tranducer had been moved up to the bow.
      Possibly to get away from electrical interference from radio and switch panel?
      Back in the water next weekend
      so will do some trial and errors around the boat.
      Cheers
      Alan



      --- In foxcub18yacht@yahoogroups.com, ANDREW MOULE <andy.moule@...> wrote:
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      > Hi Alan,
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      > When I purchased my Foxcub, Foxglove, a target sounder was already fitted inside the hull directly under the forward hatch. It looks as though a hole was cut just in front of the square bucket hole and a circular cover fitted (I assume that this is not standard in these boats). There was also evidence that a fitting kit had been tried in a similar position to the one that you mention and just inside the transom skin. I can only assume that these were unsatisfactory. I haven't had any problems with mine, but another member may have a way without having to start making extra holes in your boat.
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      > Regards
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      > Andy
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