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Humminbird #13220392 07/20/19 06:03 PM
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Is it possible for a transducer to get water inside of it?
Have a helix 7 gen 2 anyway rear of transducer is a hazy white . Almost looks like it has some water inside but thought they were solid. Still works.
J D

Re: Humminbird [Re: basscaster46] #13220412 07/20/19 07:05 PM
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I have seen an old Compact SI transducer look that way. Was nothing wrong with it. I guess the environment it was used in was the cause, it was on a pontoon boat.

Yes they are solid after assembly.


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Originally Posted by Wayne P.
I have seen an old Compact SI transducer look that way. Was nothing wrong with it. I guess the environment it was used in was the cause, it was on a pontoon boat.

Yes they are solid after assembly.

Thanks just noticed it when I got off lake. Seemed to be working fine just thought it was odd.
J D

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