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  1. My boat is not functioning properly. Last year, when I loaded a surf setting including wake and speed....when the surfer dropped off or fell, I would back off the speed and the equipment for the surf settings would return to stow so that I could easily maneuver to retrieve the surfer. Now, this equipment stays in place and makes it super difficult to turn unless I manually stow them after the surfer falls. Will this require a lake trip or is there a computer reset I can do to fix it?
  2. Looking for some input. I have a new LSV 25, just came out of a 2016 Axis A24. One thing that is very different has been figuring out the right combination for a nice wakeboard wake that is very rampy and sharp. I had an easy time with my Axis, but my LSV under power creates a much stronger starboard lean. I have put 300 lbs of weight on the port side but still have to unevenly load up the ballast bags. In the past I was running about 21-22 and 65% full on back bags (Sumo 750's) with full front and another 100 lbs of steel shot bags on my Axis made a very clean wake. The lean under
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