Faria Instruments PILOT IS0152 User's Manual

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Pilot I
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Owner’s Manual
Pilot I Displays,
Speedometer in MPH and Knots
Trip Log
Clock
Voltmeter
Air & Surface Temp.
Digital Depth Sounder
with Deep and Shallow water alarms,
Keel offset
Audible and Visual Alarms
IS0152
ISO152B ECR#3704 6/2003
Description
Key Pad Functions
Installation
4 pin Connector
6 pin Connector
Operations
General Modes
Power On
Illumination
Normal Mode
Select Mode
Activating
Selecting upper or lower display
Selecting display function
Edit Mode
Upper Display Functions
Depth Sounder
Setting Shallow Alarm
Setting Deep Alarm
Setting Keel Offset
Loss of signal
Timer
Selecting Timer functions
Starting/Stopping Timer
Resetting Timer
Clock
Selection Clock functions
Setting the Clock
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Lower Display Functions
Speedometer
Selecting the Speedometer function
Selecting Speedometer Units
Calibrating the Speedometer
Distance Log
Selecting Distance Log function
Selecting Distance Log units
Calibrating Distance Log
Clearing Distance Log
Water and Air / Bait-well Temperature
Selecting Air/Water Temperature function
Selecting Air/Water Temperature units
Voltmeter
Selecting Voltmeter function
Setting Voltage Alarms
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Bar Graph Functions
HN0362 Yamaha Adapter 4 and 6 pin connector harness
HN0365 Others connector harness
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Index
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Key Pad Functions Display
Timer (Hrs. & Min.)
Timer (Min. & Sec.)
Clock
Function Indicator
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Depth Sounder
Shallow Alarm
Deep Alarm
Keel Offset
MODE
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Voltmeter
Air Temp.
Water Temp.
Depth In:
Feet
Meters
Fathoms
MPH
KTS
Distance Log
(Statute or Nautical miles)
Miles per hour
Knots
Digital Voltmeter
Illumination Off
Illumination On
Faria Pilot I Description
The Faria Pilot I system is a multifunctional instrument designed to give
two simultaneous readouts of several different and independent functions
on an upper and lower LCD display. A digital Bar Graph provides
continuous display of the battery system voltage. The illustration above
shows the various functions provided by the instrument.
Warning: The Depth Sounder is not to be used for navigation or as a
device to avoid grounding which may result in boat damage or personal
injury. Always use caution operating in shallow areas and maintain a
very slow speed. Be aware that depth may change to quickly for you to
avoid grounding.
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Used for all splices.
Wires
6-Pin Male Connector
6-Pin Female
Connector
Heat Shrink Tube
(red or blue)
Metal Butt Connector
(red or blue).
Used for all splices.
Note: For wiring
diagram for the
6 - Pin connector see
Yamaha (HN0362)
Others (HN0365)
4-Pin Female
Connector
4-Pin Male
Connector
Note: For wiring
diagram for the
4 - Pin connector see
Yamaha (HN0362)
Others (HN0365)
Installation:
CAUTION: Disconnect the battery during
installation. Tighten nuts on the
backclamp only slightly more than you
can tighten with your fingers. Six inchpounds of torque are sufficient. Overtightening could result in damage to the
instrument and may void your warranty.
1. Cut a 3-3/8” diameter hole in the dash
and mount the gauge with the backclamp
supplied.
Follow the enclosed Airmar Technology
Corporation instructions for installing the
multifunction Triducer. Once the Triducer
is installed and you have lead the cables to
the Pilot, connect the wires from the
Triducer to the corresponding 4 or 6-pin
connectors as illustrated using the butt
connectors supplied. The butt connectors
have a heat activated waterproofing. Once
the butt connections have been crimped
slowly apply heat with a heat gun until
you see sealant coming out of the
connector ends. It is recommended to
wrap the connections together with
electrical tape for further protection.
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4 - Pin Connector
2. Follow the wiring diagram at the end of
this manual for wiring connections. For
connections for a Yamaha motor use the
connections on HN0362.
For all other engine configurations use the
Others connections on HN0365.
Find both drawings in the back of this
manual.
6 - Pin Connector
3. Follow the wiring diagram at the end of
this manual for wiring connections. For
connections for a Yamaha motor use the
connections on HN0362.
For all other engine configurations use the
Others connections on HN0365.
NOTE: If the transducer cables are not
connected properly or not plugged into the
Pilot, the display will blink when the
power is applied to the unit.
Find both drawings in the back of this
manual.
Operation:
Power ON:
The Pilot I instrument will turn on when
the ignition key switch is set to the run
position. When the ignition key switch is
turned to the off position, the Pilot I will
turn off.
*If the mode button is accidentally
pressed for an extended period of time the
unit will enter a diagnostic OFF Mode.
This can be remedied by pressing the
“Mode” button again to turn the unit on.
Normal Mode:
Pilot is operating showing the last selected
Functions.
NOTE: When in either the Select or
Edit Modes if no button is pushed for 5
seconds the Pilot will revert to the
Normal Mode functions last used or to
the new settings.
Select Mode:
The Select Mode allows selection of the
upper or lower LCD displays and or the
particular function desired in either
display.
Activating the Select Mode:
To activate the Select Mode, press the
“MODE” button quickly.
Illumination On / Up:
To turn on or increase the dial
illumination, press the right “Up” arrow
with the Pilot in the Normal Mode.
The Pilot will beep and the last selected
active display (upper or lower) will flash.
Illumination Off / Down:
To turn off or decrease the dial
illumination, press the left “Down” arrow
with the Pilot in the Normal Mode.
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Selecting upper or lower active display:
Activate the Select Mode and while the
display is flashing, press the “Up” arrow
selected active display and the Pilot will
beep each time the “MODE” button is
pressed.
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to select the upper display as active
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Stop at the desired function.
or the “Down” arrow to select the
lower display as the active display.
Selecting display function, (moving the
Function Indicator):
When in the Select Mode in the desired
active display and while the display is
flashing press the “MODE” button quickly
again. The Function Indicator will move
from function to function around the
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Edit Mode:
The Edit Mode allows you to set the
following:
Depth Sounder: shallow alarm, deep
alarm, keel offset, scale units (feet,
fathoms or meters).
Timer: reset to zero.
Clock: hours and minutes.
Distance Log: reset to zero, speed scale
units (miles per hour or knots,) calibrate
speed and distance (statute miles or
nautical miles).
Thermometers air and water: scale
units (Fahrenheit or Centigrade).
Selecting the Edit Mode:
When the desired display function is
selected, press and hold the “MODE”
button until the Pilot beeps. The Edit
Mode will activate.
If no buttons are pushed within 5 seconds,
the Pilot will revert automatically to the
Normal Mode.
You can also enter the Edit Mode while in
the Select Mode. The Pilot display will
then stop flashing (Select Mode)
indicating the change to the Edit Mode.
(The operation of various edit modes will
be separately explained for each function
throughout the manual.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the Function Indicator is
pointing to FT, M or FA.
(The Function Indicator will automatically
point to the last unit type selected. You are
now in the Depth Finder function.)
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Upper Display Functions
Depth Sounder:
Description:
Depending on the bottom conditions the
depth finder will read to 300 feet or the
corresponding number of meters or
fathoms to the nearest 1/10th (0.1).
NOTE: A 600 ft. Triducer is also
available.
The depth finder has an audible and LCD
displayed depth alarm with adjustable
shallow and deep limits and a depth below
keel offset feature. These settings once
made are stored in memory and will
remain even if the battery is disconnected.
Operation:
Selecting the Depth Sounder Function:
Press the “MODE” button and activate the
Select Mode.
Selecting the Depth Sounder Units.
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the upper display reads “Un”
(units).
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Press the “Up” or “Down” arrow button to
move the function indicator to the desired
units either Feet (F), Meters (M) or
Fathoms (FA).
Press the “Up” arrow to select the upper
display.
Depth alarms:
When the shallow depth setting is read by
the depth sounder, the Function Indicator
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will flash on the LCD next to the “S” and
the audible alarm will sound rapidly.
When the deep depth setting is read by the
depth sounder, the Function Indicator will
flash on the LCD next to the “D” and the
audible alarm will sound at 2 beeps per
second.
NOTE: Once a keel offset is
programmed, the depth below the keel
will activate the shallow and deep
alarms.
NOTE: To fully deactivate an alarm,
reset it to zero.
Setting the Shallow Alarm:
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the Function Indicator points
Setting the Deep Alarm:
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the Function Indicator points
to the “D” indicating the deep depth alarm
setting.
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This is the deepest water that will activate
the alarm. Press and hold the “Up” or
“Down” arrow keypads to adjust the
reading to the desired depth.
to the “S” indicating the shallow depth
alarm setting. This is the shallowest water
that will activate the alarm.
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Press and hold the “Up” or “Down” arrow
keypads to adjust the reading to the
desired depth.
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Setting the Keel Offset:
Keel Offset can be set so that the depth
sounder either shows the depth below the
keel, (set the offset to be the depth
between the transducer and the bottom of
the keel) or the depth below the transducer
(set the offset to 0).
For example, if the bottom of the keel is 2
ft. below the transducer and you want the
depth sounder to read the depth below the
keel, the display should be adjusted to
read minus -2.0.
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
If the upper display depth sounder
function is active the (SIG) will illuminate
and hold. If any other upper display
function is active the (SIG) will flash on
and off alternately with the active
function’s readout.
Timer:
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the Function Indicator points
to the “KL” indicating the keel offset
function.
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Description:
The timer operates simultaneously in
hours, minutes and seconds. The timer is
viewed in the Normal Mode as either
hours and minutes the left hand (T1), or
minutes and seconds the right hand (T1).
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Press and hold only the “Down” arrow key
pad to adjust the reading to the desired
depth. A minus sign (-) will appear to the
left of the setting.
KTS
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Loss of Signal (SIG):
If the signal is lost due to depths below
300 feet, depths above 2 feet or a
disconnected or broken cable, the
characters (SIG) will appear in the upper
display signifying loss of signal. (It will
look like 516)
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Operation:
Selecting the Timer Functions.
Press the “MODE’’ button and activate the
Select Mode.
Press the “Up” arrow to Select the upper
display.
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Clock:
Description:
The clock will run continuously as long as
power is applied to the Pilot. The clock
reads hours and minutes.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
Operation:
Selecting the Clock Function.
Press the “MODE” button and activate the
Select Mode.
again until the Function Indicator is
pointing to either the left(T1) or the
right(T1).
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Press the “Up” arrow to select the upper
display.
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Starting and Stopping the Timer.
Press either “Up” or “Down” arrow button
to start or stop the timer at any time.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the Function Indicator is
pointing to the clock.
Resetting the Timer.
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
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the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Selecting the Edit Mode in either (T1) or
(T1) will reset the timer to zero.
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KTS
Setting the clock:
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Press the “Up” or “Down” arrow keypads
once to set each minute.
Minutes:
Quick Press
Press and hold the “Up” or “Down” arrow
keypads to set the hours. (The minutes
will continuously advance in 10-minute
intervals to change the hours.)
Hours:
reading to match a GPS or charted
distance run. Calibrating the distance Log
also automatically calibrates the
Speedometer. (The longer the distance the
more accurate the calibration.)
Operation:
Selecting the Speedometer Function:
Press the “MODE” button and activate the
Select Mode.
Press the “Down” arrow to select the
lower display.
Press and hold
Lower Display Functions
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the Function Indicator is
pointing to either MPH or KTS.
Speedometer
Description:
The Speedometer gives digital readings in
either Statue Miles per Hour or Nautical
Miles per Hour (knots). Readings are
accurate up to 58 MPH (50KTS) in 0.1
increments. Speed calibration can be
performed at any speed by setting the
speedometer reading to match GPS, radar
gun, time distance run etc. The Distance
Log reads in either Statue Miles or
Nautical Miles in 0.1 increments
depending upon which unit type is
selected for the Speedometer or Log.
(Setting units in either function sets the
units for both). Distance Log calibration
can also be performed by setting the Log
(The Function Indicator will automatically
point to the last unit type selected. You are
now in the Speedometer function.)
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Selecting the Speedometer Units.
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
quickly until the lower display reads “C”
T1
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the lower display reads “Un”
(units).
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(calibration). Press either the “Up” or
“Down” arrow button to change the speed
reading to the desired speed.
KTS
Press either the “Up or Down”: arrow
button to move the function indicator to
the desired units either Miles per Hour
(MPH), or Knots (KTS).
Distance Log
Selecting the Distance Log Function:
Press the “MODE” button and activate the
Select Mode.
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Calibrating the Speedometer:
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
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Press the “Down” arrow to select the
lower display.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the Function Indicator is
T1
Calibrating the Distance Log:
Press and hold the “MODE”button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
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pointing to DIS. (The Function Indicator
will also automatically point to the last
unit type selected. You are now in the
Distance Log Function
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the lower display reads “c”
(calibration).
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Selecting the Distance Log Units.
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
MPH
KTS
Press either the “Up” or “Down” arrow
button to change the Log reading to the
desired distance.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the lower display reads “Un”
(units).
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Clearing the Distance Log:
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select the Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the lower display reads
“CLr” (clear).
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KTS
Press the “Up” or “Down” arrow button to
move the function indicator to the desired
units either Miles (MPH), or Nautical
Miles (KTS).
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Press either the “Up” or “Down” arrow
button to clear the Log reading to zero.
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Water & Air
Temperature
/
Bait-well
Description:
The Pilot I will monitor water surface
temperature. The (Setting units Fahrenheit
(F), or Centigrade (C), in either function
sets the units for both). (A second
temperature, either air or bait-well may be
monitored when the unit is equipped with
the optional sender.)
Operation:
Selecting the Air / Water Temperature
Function
Press the “MODE” button and activate the
Select Mode.
Selecting the Air / Water Temperature
Units
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot beeps to select Edit Mode.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
quickly until the lower display reads “Un”
(units).
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Press the “Down” arrow to Select the
lower display.
Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the Function Indicator is
pointing to either the upper icon (Air/Baitwell Temp.) or the lower icon (Water
Temp.)
Press either the “Up” or “Down” arrow
button to move the Function Indicator to
the desired units either Fahrenheit (F) or
Centigrade (C)
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Continue pressing the “MODE” button
again until the display shows 00.0 and no
other Lower Display Function Indicator is
active except the one pointing to the
Battery icon.
DIS
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Voltmeter:
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Description:
The Voltmeter continuously monitors the
battery system voltage supplied to the
Pilot I. The Voltmeter has a user adjustable
low and high voltage alarm feature. If the
12 vDC power drops to below the user
adjustable low voltage setting or rises
above the user adjustable high voltage
setting, the voltage alarm activates. The
lower display will change to the Voltmeter
Function. The LCD will flash while
displaying the current voltage and the
Pilot I will Beep every 15 seconds to warn
of a low or high voltage condition. The
default settings for the alarms are 12 vDC
(low voltage) and 16 vDC (high voltage).
Please check your owners manual and
battery
instructions
for
further
information for these settings.
Selecting the Voltmeter Function:
Press the “MODE“ button and activate the
Select Mode.
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Setting the Voltage Alarms
Press and hold the “MODE” button until
the Pilot I beeps to indicate Edit Mode is
selected.
The upper display indicates “bAtL” and
the lower display shows the current low
voltage warning setting.
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Press the “Down” arrow to select the
lower display.
Press either the “Up” or “Down” arrow
buttonto adjust the low voltage alarm
setting.
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Press the “MODE” button.
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The upper display changes to “bAtH” and
the lower display shows the current high
voltage warning setting.
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Press either the “Up” or “Down” arrow
button to adjust the high voltage alarm
setting.
Bar
Graph
Function
Display
Description:
The bar graph provides a continuous
display of the battery system voltage
supplied to Pilot I. Each element of the
bar graph represents one (1) volt. Voltages
from 10.5 vDC to 17.5 vDC are displayed.
Five elements active, 13.5 - 14.5 vDC, is
usually considered normal for a properly
operating system with the engine running.
Please check your owners manual and
battery
instructions
for
further
information concerning “normal” voltage
readings for your installation.
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KTS
Bar Graph Display
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Harness HN0362
4 - pin connector
Yamaha adaptor
To Pilot I
4- pin connector(CN0082)
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Red
Purple
Black
Blue
+12 Battery
+12 Ignition
Ground
Depth Sounder signal
ECR 2065 2/12/02
Paddle Wheel triducer
Shrink Tubing
or Wrap
Blue
Blue
Green
(Depth Sounder Signal)
Black
Black
(Depth Sounder ( - ))
White
Red
(+12 vDC)
Red
Purple
Brown
Black
Shield
(Ground)
Yellow
Black
(+12 vDC) (Ignition)
Red
(Grnd)
Multi-bullets
to Yamaha Engine
Harness
Harness HN0362
6 - pin connector
Yamaha adaptor
To Pilot I
2x PJ0005
Shrink Tubing
or Wrap
White/Blue
Green Stripe
(Paddle Wheel Signal)
White
Air Temp.Sensor
White
White
Red
Water Temp. Sensor signal
Brown Green
(Wt Temp Grnd)
Green
Black
(Grnd)
6- pin connector(CN0083)
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Pin E
Pin F
Plug
Plug
Green
White
Red
White/Blue
Not used
Not used
Sensor Ground
Water Temperature
Air Temperature
Speedo Sensor
ECR 2065 2/12/02
Harness HN0365
4 - pin connector
To Pilot I
4- pin connector(CN0082)
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Red
Purple
Black
Blue
+12 Battery
+12 Ignition
Depth Sounder (-)
Depth Sounder signal
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Paddle Wheel triducer
Shrink Tubing
or Wrap
Blue
Blue
Green
(Depth Sounder Signal)
Black
Black
Black
Purple
Red
(Depth Sounder ( - ))
Red
(+12 vDC)
Brown
Shield
(Ground)
(+12 vDC) (Ignition)
(Grnd)
White
Harness HN0365
6 - pin connector
To Pilot I
2x PJ0005
Shrink Tubing
or Wrap
White/Blue
Green Stripe
(Paddle Wheel Signal)
White
Tan/White
Stripe
Tan/Blue
Stripe
White
Air Temp.Sensor
Water Temp. Sensor signal
Brown Black
(Wt Temp Grnd)
Black
Black
(Grnd)
6- pin connector(CN0083)
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Pin E
Pin F
Plug
Plug
Black
Tan/White
Tan/ Blue
White/Blue
Not used
Not used
Sensor Ground
Water Temperature
Air Temperature
Speedo Sensor
ECR 2152 03/07/02
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Copyright 2003 by the Thomas G. Faria Corporation, Uncasville CT
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