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Old 10-14-2018, 01:01 PM   #1
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My Ray marine 215 dsc vhf radio microphone wire is fray does anyone know how to get it repaired or get a new one.Tom


















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It is apparently a common problem, and Raymarine no longer sells replacements. Probably time to replace it, like I had to this year.
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Some narine electronics places will wire in a new mic....check around....as it will be a big chunk of what a new, inexpensive radio might cost.

Standard Horizon has a rebate program going on...a good deal if you can add it on top of a boat show or generic sales price.
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I had same thing and got one of the last replacement cords.
Replacement details on the Bacchus website in projects section. Pics included.
The cord has plugs on both ends so it seems any curly cord could be soldered to the old plugs / pigtails... either by an electronics shop or try DIY not mych to lose.
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