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Slyster

Replacing the glass on a Garmin GPSMAP 76CS?

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During a tourney (the Fishing Minnesota bass tourney on Forest Lake no less!) I cracked the glass (plastic) on my Garmin GPS... pulling in a pesky Muskie... does anyone know if I can get a replacement? And if so... can I do it myself?

btw.. this is why me and my partner didn't win the tourney... smile.gif JK

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I'd contact Garmin and see what they can do. Good Luck.

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Slyster, please post as to what you find out if you contact Garmin. I have a small scratch in mine too. Not really bad, but just enough to bug me when I see it. I'm thinking its nothing we can do ourselves but....maybe?

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