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Basscat P2l #13267870 09/02/19 04:37 PM
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What’s the trick to pulling out the bow panel? Is there some clips I’m not seeing? I’ve pulled out every screw and it’s like it’s stuck in there... Do you have to pull out all the switches too?


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What year


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May be a little silicone sealant applied to the edges. You can cut through it with a razor blade and pry the panel off with a flat screwdriver. No clips I don't think.


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1994 P2...

I was thinking some silicone in there, it's stuck like chuck


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The panels are also clamped in by the battery indicator and the 1240A depth finder brackets.

Those remove from the backside through the center panel and were installed that way.


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Originally Posted by BCB
The panels are also clamped in by the battery indicator and the 1240A depth finder brackets.

Those remove from the backside through the center panel and were installed that way.


Thanks I totally appreciate that... Ask the right person and I get the correct answer.


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