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What is customary to do in the event of changing the hour meter?Save the old one?Mines in my tac. and it doesn't work properly.Thanks for input.
 

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I was told by a Surveyor once:

"The only thing the hour meter shows is how many hours are on the hour meter"

Point being, your diligence in maintaining and caring for the boat will go very far when it is time for you to sell the boat.

Unless you were planning a gauge swap in the near future I would just install a new hour meter in the bilge somewhere. In the event you ARE replacing gauges, I would hang on to it just for the heck of it, assuming you haven't run long since it died / changed gauges.
 
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