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Old 02-02-2006, 03:16 PM
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From: Marc Adams [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 02 February 2006 18:44
To: Manos K
Subject: Re: BLEEDING SEA STAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

on its way.
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Manos K wrote
WOW thanks Marc

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MANY THANKS MUCH APPRECIATE IT!!
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From: Marc Adams [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 02 February 2006 18:22
To: Manos K
Subject: Re: BLEEDING SEA STAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

I can send you one at no charge via mail.

Let me know your address.
Marc

Manos K wrote:
MANY Thanks Mark!

No, unfortunately I do not have a filler tube. Can I get from the US or they sell it in the UK?
Please let me know
Many Thanks
Manos

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From: Marc Adams [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 02 February 2006 17:57
To: Manos K
Subject: Re: BLEEDING SEA STAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Manos:
Nice boat. Please see attached bleeding instructions for this type of system.

Do you have a filler tube?

Thanks
marc

Manos K wrote:
Hi MARC,

And thanks for the message.
I am not a dealer but this is for my own boat (you can see it here http://www.gatodimare.forumhut.com )
I have a Yamaha 200VMax outboard engine and a hydraulic sea star system on it.
Any info on how to bleed it without spending a fortune much appreciated.
Many Thanks again.

Cheers
Manos

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From: Marc Adams [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 02 February 2006 15:52
To: Manos K
Subject: Re: BLEEDING STAR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Manos:
If you are a dealer that does a lot of these jobs then the Power Purge Jr. would be for you, however if this is just your own boat, I think that this unit would be quite expensive.

Please let me know what type of system you have, ie. Outboard, Inboard, Stern Drive....etc....I can email you the bleeding details once I have this information.

thanks
Marc

Manos K wrote:
Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to know how I can bleed the SEA STAR hydraulic system that I just installed on my boat.
Some friends told m that there is a special tool that does this job however, they do not know neither the type or the name of this device.
I would be most grateful if you can advise me what is the name, price and the stockists of this tool kit in the US and Europe.

Mane Thanks & Kind Regards
Manos
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