What is wrong with it ?
They are very simple to take apart and put back together if you have basic skills and a set of Allen wrenches.
As with anything electrical on a boat used in saltwater- first thing to check is the connections.I remove one at a time and clean them with a tiny file or emory paper.Even when they look good- it never hurts to clean them.If you see any green on the wires- it is best to cut it back and put on a new end.Hopefully the rigger left some extra wire for you to cut back.I hate riggers who pull everything real tight- not leaving any extra wire.
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