From reading other posts regarding Bennett Trim Tabs, I've been impressed at their responsiveness and direct communication via this forum to help resolve issues. Now, it's my turn, and hopefully someone can help! I tried to call Bennett directly, but they aren't answering phones due to 'rona. The subject line says it all. When I tried to engage my trim tabs this past weekend, I noticed hydraulic fluid squirting out of the top of the actuator on my port side tab. After looking more closely, it was clear that the upper hinge is broken. If I were to get a new hinge, how easy is the repair job? From looking inside the bilge, it appears there is only a tube that goes through the transom on each side ... no fittings or anything. Will the tube simply slide through once I remove the old upper hinge, and will I need to reseal anything? Also, can I do this repair while the boat is in the water, or do I need to pull it onto a trailer? Thanks in advance! Photos are as follows. First photo is a closeup of the broken hinge; second is a zoomed out photo of the tab on the boat in case it's needed to identify the model/part, etc.