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Motor Guide Great White broken bracket

The Top Bracket on my motor guide great white broke in half when releasing it from its locked position on the boat to get the propeller in the water. How do I find a replacement. Or is that under warrany if less than 3 yrs old

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    my bracket bolts are corroded does any one have any tips on loosing them?


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Heat the bracket with a torch.

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