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smooky

Wedge issue

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smooky

Went out today. Had a great surf session. But when going home the wedge was impossible to stow.

Any solution ? Idea about what is wrong ?

Thanks

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tvano

were you at idle speed?

speed transducer functional?

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ryansgt

Was it moving within it's normal use range and just not stowing or not moving at all? Underneath the dash there should be a fuse box. Each one is labeled and has a bypass right next to it. If you pull the fuse and move it to the bypass (you don't need to move it permanently, you can just touch it to the bypass to see if you get movement on wedge up)

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smooky

Fully deployed and not moving at all

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smooky

What is the minimum speed for stowing the wedge ?

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BlackBluMalibu

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Lance B. Johnson

Smooky- are you in a river? I have a tiny problem of not getting my wedge up if traveling downstream at idle speed. I have to go faster to get it to travel up.

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obski

Probably the fuse as mentioned above.

If your paddle wheel is not spinning, then the wedge will not move. Is your speedo working?

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Stevo

Little more throttle should do the trick

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