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Lowrance trade in policy

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Just checking to see if any of you have ever traded lowrance products in, I have an x-15 mt that has a half blank screen, called lowrance and they said I could trade up for an x-27c for $806.99. They dont fix the x-15 anymore. Pretty much a $250 credit for a unit I paid a grand for five years ago. Any thoughts on what other people have done , Thanks

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What happened to it? I have one too, so I'm just curious.

$250 credit sounds like a good deal for a broken X-15? My Dad just bought a new one. I think he paid 449.00 for it at Reeds in Walker.

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I had the unit on and working great as normal, and the next day I went to put it back on the boat(i usually take it off so no one will steal it) and the bottom half of the screen was blank. I have heard this happen to other lowrance products also, other then that It worked great. About selling the antenna I am unsure if I will be able to buy a lcx 104. I know the new units have different antennas, thanks for the info

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