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Its that time of year again when I'm getting loads of non-local help calls from around the country taking my hands-on work time up for free. So I have a Jetski helpline for technical diagnosis with possible suggestions to rectify the fault where possible or can even talk you through it while you do it (very detailed). Please ring (click) 091 31 30 30 69 calls are charged at £1.50pm plus your phone providers access charge. premium price but may work out a cheap fix if you can do yourself or guide you repairing/ rebuilding your own. No more keyboard warriors, guessing what your problem is! or 3 different opinions. I've been repairing jetskis professionally as a business for over 9 years (and much longer on my own ones). It may be able to sort your problem out in 10 mins and only cost £15 (+ your mobile network charges). This is by a full time experienced jetski degree qualified engineer, not a scripted standard answer by a foreigner! The calls i have had had all gone away happy with the info i've given, some done in a couple of minutes (which is fine). I'm still repairing skis for a living every day and only work on skis! More detail on the website if needed.
hey guys so i bought my first jet ski on Wednesday its a Polaris SLH 700 it is in great shape seeing as its 15 years old! the guy that had it before me looked after it and seemed genuinely sad to see me tow it off! it is grumpy cold starting ( which i presume is normal for a 700cc 2-stroke) i have had 2stroke motorbikes before so im not worried about this. but, i took it out for my first ride not with a hire company today, and it went great at first but i took it through a bed of seaweed without thinking then my friend hopped on, the ski was redlining and not planning, this is when i realised we had gone through a seaweed bed, i put my hand underneath and pulled all of the seaweed that i could out and started her again and it struggled, anything above half throttle and it dies, im presuming its seaweed caught in the impellar, how easy is this to fix? is there anything other than the impeller that i need to check? i have a day off tomorrow so i planned on giving it a go myself or is it worth taking it to a marine engineer? my first taste of speed is not enough i want to get her back out asap! thanks in advance guys!