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Nov 27, 2016

Online Video About Control Cables Provides Easy-To-Follow Instructions On Maintenance And Repair 

SeaStar Solutions, the world leader in marine steering and control systems, has announced a new addition to its online series of Technical Training Videos titled ‘How To Measure Control Cables’. Whilst it may seem like a relatively simple process, there’s more to doing this job than you might think. Even if you have a pretty good idea how to do it, after watching this video, you’ll have a solid understanding of the process and pick up a couple of important tips that can make the job easier and guarantee the right outcome.


‘How To Measure Control Cables’ is just one of several Technical Training Videos available on SeaStar Solutions’ website. There are several videos on mechanical and hydraulic steering, product videos on SeaStar’s Optimus 360 Joystick Docking System, even Safe Boating Tips.


If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, or just want to know more about how the operating systems on your boat function, spending a few minutes watching any of the SeaStar Solutions videos will help make you a better boater.


To watch SeaStar Solutions Technical Training videos, visit


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About SeaStar Solutions

SeaStar Solutions is the leading global provider of OEM and aftermarket products and accessories for the recreational marine and related markets. Sold around the world under the SeaStar, Sierra, BayStar, Shields, Inca, Mallory, Prime Line and Proheat brands, the Company’s products are recognized for their quality, reliability and technical innovation. For more information, please refer to the Company’s website at 


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