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Lowrance/Eagle repair

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i have a Eagle Cuda 242 that is just out of warranty. I only used it twice and now it won't read depth. I thought it was a bad pin in the trasducer cable so I bought a new transducer but still the same. Is there a place close to the metro besides Lowrance that can look at these? I only use it in the front of my boat when my son is with and don't want to spend much more on the cheap little thing. confused.gif

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Try Fish-Lectronics, they're on University near 694.

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I talked to them but all they could do was sell me a transducer. I know there is a guy supposedly by Brainerd but don't have his info. Thought maybe there would be someone closer.

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Wish I could help but the only other ideas I have about repair would be to call Reeds and see if they know about the guy in Brainerd.

Ebay might be an option. Since you have a new transducer, maybe you could get lucky and find a deal on a head unit that works with the transducer. Might not fit too good with your plan of not spending a lot more money on it though.

Good luck.

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Thanks for the ideas. On Ebay they are going as much or more than the local stores. It amazes me what people will pay for some items.

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Call Jim Wentworth at Fish Lectronics in Nisswa, MN.

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Lowrance emailed me today and said they would cover the unit under warranty. For being 13 months old, I have to give a hats off to them.

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I've always felt Lowrance/Eagle have a pretty good customer service. Glad to hear they're taking care of you.

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