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    Question Temperature range (cold limits) of Yamaha LCD Tachometer ?

    Installed a new Yamaha LCD Multifunction Tach/hour, trim - oil * water alarm.
    Plan on storing the boat in dry unheated storage.
    Wasilla area. Have seen -30
    What the max cold temps OK for the display ?
    Remove the display unit & keep in the house?
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    No need to worry.
    I've had my LCDs down into the high -40's with no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRIFTER_016 View Post
    No need to worry.
    I've had my LCDs down into the high -40's with no issues.
    Thanks
    Was just getting ready to go pull it & store it & the Battery in the heated shop.
    PIA but was doable.

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    No worries, you'll be fine leaving it in with temps that we see in the valley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    No worries, you'll be fine leaving it in with temps that we see in the valley.
    BK
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