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Online course teaches how to deal with engine problems


The web-based training company Boaters University is offering a three-hour, online course in “Marine Diesel Maintenance and Troubleshooting.” The $350 course covers maintenance of components, how to spot misinformation in the marine repair marketplace, and how to troubleshoot fuel, electrical, cooling and corrosion issues, according to the company.

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