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LOWinEYEin

Not Working AquaVu

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I may just have to go get a new battery but ( I could have sworn I got a new one at the beginning of last winter)..when I turn on the 2year old Scout, The power light comes on but no Picture. I'm hoping that the monitor isn't broke.

Any thoughts?

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well that is exactly what happened to mine the monitor was shot but mine was under warranty at the time

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IF you bought it at cabelas they will offer you a full exchange on the product. Also, contact Aqua-Vu and see what they have to sya. good luck

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Yep... check the battery first... then call cust service at Vu..

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