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Bayliner 192 with rain water in transom.

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5 years 4 months ago #2505 by jamie mac
Replied by jamie mac on topic Bayliner 192 with rain water in transom.
Good job. very frustrating with a new boat

2006 mainship rumrunner

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5 years 4 months ago #2514 by David
Replied by David on topic Bayliner 192 with rain water in transom.

CBlanc wrote: I figured it out, the water was coming from unsealed area around the battery holder.

Glad you found it :) Could you post some pictures to help others

David
1990 Sunray Infinity
Twin 5.7 Cobra's

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5 years 4 months ago #2520 by dmcb
Replied by dmcb on topic Bayliner 192 with rain water in transom.
The good news is Bayliner is now using a kiln dried treated plywood that will not rot. Previously when this happened the wood would rot. I would contact your dealer and express your concerns.
You will want to get all the water out of their and that should be his job under warranty. Also you will be on record if any future problems arise.

Doug

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