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dlessner
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Posted: October 02 2012 at 18:16 | IP Logged Quote dlessner

I have a 2006 Sundancer 300. I have had many problems
with the boat and am disappointed in the quality of the Sea
Ray. I have less than 110 hours on the boat. Cockpit
refrigerator has gone up. Gas gauges have been replaced (at
my cost) and they are still not accurate and now the wheels
on the cockpit door have disintegrated to the point that I can
hardly get my cabin door open or shut. Do I just have a
lemon or are other folks having issues with Sea Ray qualtiy
and design?

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moose
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Joined: September 07 2006
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Posted: October 02 2012 at 22:23 | IP Logged Quote moose

More info needed. When did you purchase vessel? From what source? How many hours when purchased? Did you have an inspection done prior to purchase? Where are you located? Is it under warranty? The questions go on. Being a 4 boat SeaRay owner for 20 years, it is extremely unlikely that this boat is a lemon. Ownership negligence is most likely the cause. Where is the dealer on these issues? Trying to help.

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