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    Grauper Moonraker
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    RudyM
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    I recently acquired a Moonraker but it needs some TLC. I am yet to test the vessel, but the subwater lights are not working and many have broken. I want to replace it with small LED's inserted into the holes in the hull.
    My question however is, do I then seal it from the inside or outside of the hull? Inside would be ideal, but getting in the corners of a built hull with everything inside is mission impossible unless I break it apart completely and start from "page 1". Any suggestions?
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