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    Just running down the lake about 3000 rpm's....and out of no where i lost all voltage and had no battery at all. checked the cables at the terminals and they were nice and tight, looked over a few other things and could see an issue, waited about 5 min and decided to try again and it fires right up. Ran around for another solid 30 min ranging in speeds trying to make it happen again and it never did.

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    Same thing happened to me today as well. But mine cut out due to me letting off the gas abruptly because of some swells that a wake board boat made ahead of me. It fired right up tho.

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    Do you have a circuit switch somewere ?

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    90 percent of electrical problems are a ground somewhere not being made. broken/came apart crimp,circuit breaker ,spade came off.broken wire inside insulation/shrink tube.get a volt meter and start wigglin wires ,start at one end and make your way around ....itll show up...be patient and dont give up...my boat has had me on the ground on my back kickin my ass.BUT now ive had it out three times and i THINK ive won.....mikey

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