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  1. Good Morning, Boat just serviced...running great. Out on the lake Saturday at dusk, lights, bilge, blower stopped working. I have a Chaparral SSI210. I pushed in the nipples underneath the dashboard and nothing. Please help. Thanks Teena
  2. Hey Everyone, I'm new to the forum, but have had my 2005 Chaparral 350 Sig for two seasons now. Over the winter, I will be updating the tired dash panels and gauges on my helm and am looking for advice and inspiration to help update the look. Here are my projects: (1) Determine whether I should refresh the existing gauges through Faria or replace them with new gauges (2) Source new, old stock or custom dash panels, which will be hydrodipped with woodgrain look - color TBD. (3) Considering upgrading the cheap SS steering wheel I put on last year with the current gen 270 Signature steering wheel. Not sure who I can order this through or how much it'll cost. (4) Considering replacing my Raymarine E80 unit with a newer, touchscreen model that also has Fusion stereo control. I appreciate any advice I can get! Jason Pawelsky 'Nauti Escape' Minneapolis, MN
  3. So the previous owner had a fish finder mount screwed onto the dash and decided to keep it when he sold the boat to me. I'd like to fill in the holes and put a suction cup bracket over the area to put my iPhone. It doesn't need to look perfect, just good enough to make a seal so the suction cup on the new mount makes a seal on the area. Pls share your thoughts on how to fill the holes. Thanks!
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