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Old 06-17-2013, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by FrankSchwab View Post
I'm not sure I agree. I believe that's an electronic sender, and needs to have 12V fed into it to work right; then it simulates the appropriate resistance. I think I'd put it back in-circuit and measure the voltage across the sender as you raise and lower it in the tank - no change, new sender.

That's already a replacement, and not the one that came with the boat.
Would you be able to explain how to test it, either describe it in detail or attach a sketch? I would hate to change it if I didn't need to.

Would you know why in "mtajpa" thread:

http://mastercraft.com/teamtalk/showthread.php?t=48823

the old seader (like mine) does not measure correctly but the new one measures correctly, is it a different style, electronic compaired to mechanical slide?

Thanks, Steve
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