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  • #15201
    Anonymous
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    My original sum log transducer has been damaged. They are out of production does anyone know of a source of spares? MkII 33 1981.

    #15436
    Gordon Paterson
    Participant

    When my Raymarine equipment was installed I think that the sumlog transducer was left in the bilge (dry but not sure if it works). I should be at the boat next week and I will be able to confirm this

    #15439
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Peter,
    Unfortunately I had the same problem 2 years ago the sumlog when working was
    superbly accurate. I fitted an electronic Raymarine log which lasts about a month before sea creatures make their home in the impeller and it stops, it also very hard to calibrate.
    I have the wire from the impeller and the clock if by chance that part is at fault.

    Richard White
    Baltic Cloud
    01799 543239

    #15713
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Post on behalf of Rod Cotton

    These Sumlog items can be obtained from Furneaux Riddall, Portsmouth Hants, certainly up to last year.

    Regards,

    Rod Cotton

    #15804
    Gordon Paterson
    Participant

    I have a sum log transducer and a short cable to a square connector. No idea if it now works but I can send it to you if you give me your address. This is FOC and I hope that you can make use of it.

    Gordon

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