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I have an old Ray-Marine wind indicator which stopped working. Since the company is out of business, I cannot refer to a manual for help.. What can I do to try and trace the source of the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Burt

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They're certainly NOT out of business. You didn't provide your model number... but if you go to this link: http://www.raymarine.com/Default.aspx?site=1&section=3&page=166 you will probably be able to find the installation manual for your indicator (look in Legacy products, if it's older) and that will have troubleshooting information. If you can't solve the problem yourself, I can look at this myself; just contact me at drshaddock at gmail dot com

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