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trolling motor dont troll

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I have a minnkota trolling motor that has slowly been dying. First I lost a few "gears" speed 1 forward works and speed 1 and 3 reverse works. Well...it moaned and groaned and slowly came to a halt all together this weekend. Anyone knows who fixes these, or if it's even worth it? Any help would be great.

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You might get a better or more responses if you post this in the Equipment forum.

You could call Minn Kota for thier repair center which I believe is is Mankato,Mn.

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Go to minnkotamotors. There are several places to take it in the cities.

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Action's fishing in Anoka off Hwy 10. Ask for Jack. He fixed Riverrat's a couple off weeks ago.

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