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How do i adjust the depth of cut on a bosch pho 100 plane

Need instructions on how to adjust depth of cut

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SOURCE: No depth reading while on plane.

Depending on your transducer type, you may have a liquid filled type that simply needs refilling. If this is the case check for leaks and get it redone. If not it could be transducer placement or cavitation under the hull.

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