I will be able to address he issue With the, tomorrow but this being the first boat I've owned I want to make sure I'm not out of line.....
When I purchased the boat at the end of last year I had them install a stereo for me. (I wish I hadn't as I could have saved some money but for some reason I figured it was incredibly complicated). Anyway, under the dash they installed an amp and sub in a box behind the existing kick panel. (Cutout in kick panel).
This past weekend we took a bit of water over the bow while heavily weighted.....wasn't a lot but it did get the carpet water in that area and so I pulled the seat pedestal to make sure it dries out completely. While poking around heir install for the first time I pulled the sub from its enclosure to see what type of box they used and it is a standard MDF box off he shelf and wrapped in typical carpet.....ame setup you would toss in the trunk of your car.
Is this typical? I would assume being this type of environment different materials would be needed. Of course the MDF soaked up any water like a sponge and the inside has already started some mildew/mold growth from not having any moving air and of course being wet.
Am I out of line to ask them to replace the box? Pefferably I
get just the box from them and coat it with a layer of resin, but I wanted to find out if I should just eat the cost, or make a stink until they set me up?