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Old     (justcoz5)      Join Date: Apr 2007       06-15-2009, 1:34 PM Reply   
Ok, so on my perfect pass I have had my servo motor freeze 3 times in the last 6 months. Perfect pass the company has been nothing but helpful in helping me try to solve this issue, and they have covered the motors under warranty.

So I called them today and the tech said that the servo motor must be getting wet, which corrodes it. He asked what type of boat, and I told him I had a Sanger. He said that in some boats that tend to have some water in the engine compartment, which mine does, water can kick up on the servo motor either from the belt or when I accelerate and the water rushes to the back and splashes a bit on the servo motor. Over time it causes the motor to lock up and not work properly. He said that I will need to fabricate something to protect it from water that is splashing up.

So here are my questions:

Has anyone had this issue?

How did you fix it? Did you move the perfect pass motor or fabricate something?

If you fabricated something, what did it look like and do you have any photos?

Thanks so much in advance

 
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