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    Siezed engine

    I took the RXT out and I thought it sounded funny and a little sluggish. I had myson on back and thought maybe the extra weight was what I was feeling. I took it back out after a few minutes, got up to 50 and punched it.........NOTHING! I thought maybe my son hit the key or off switch so I tried to start it again and it wont turn over it just engages the starter and wont turn over.
    So here is my delima. I took it to NT Yamaha because it lost the washers at 18 hours. I know I should have never touched the water before I changed them but here I am. My question is can I take it somewhere else or do I have to go back because they did the warranty work?


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    u can take it anywhere

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    Thanks Shibby, I guess now I have to figure out which one to take it to. We don't have any good dealer mechanics around here.

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