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bcoleman

Depthfinder screen cloudy

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bcoleman    0
bcoleman

Hello,

The screen on my Eagle Ultra III depthfinder is kind of cloudy. Is there a way to replace the screen? Ideas for having it not happen again?

Thanks.

BC

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Ranckenstuff    0
Ranckenstuff

Get a cover for the screen. Cabelas got em. Same thing happened to my ultra classic. Could not get it off but did not try that hard.

Water, heat, and sun over time will do that is my guess.

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Surface Tension

If your getting moisture on the inside you'll get fogging. Though a couple of those silicon bags inside the case.
I've seen products for windshields and glasses that take the scratches out. Be worth a try.

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PerchJerker    0
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A few years ago the screen on my LMS350A got cloudy and milky-looking, and even flaked a little. It was really hard to see through. I kept wetting it down with water which would make it better for a while, but not for very long.

I called Lowrance - the guy told me to use plastic polish on the screen. I used a brand called Maguires which I got at fleet farm. Got some cheese cloth in the car wash section and used that, and it worked great. A little elbow grease and the screen was as good as new. I've kept the plastic polish and the cheese cloth in the boat ever since but haven't had to retreat the screen, and it's been at least 3 years.

Good luck.

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