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Zircom LPG / Humminbird Legend 3000 transducer

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Zercom was bought out by Humminbird a while back. I know at one time they sold them, because I bought one. I went to thier site, and I couldn't find anything for ya, but, here is thier toll free number if you want to give them a call. Ya never know. Good luck, Junky.....

1-800-633-1468

Monday - Friday

8:00am - 4:30pm cst

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Let us know, I have one and the where the depth jumps all over once in a while. I thought it might be the transducer. I updated to a 332 and a 3600 for the front of the boat, but hoped I could get another year or two without spending too much for the dash unit.

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