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Clearwater Classic

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Does anyone know where I can find a transducer for a clear water classic flasher?

Thanks

Ukes

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fishtrap3

What type of ducer are you looking for?? Winter or summer?

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Fish Trap,

Looking for the winter transducer.

Fishing Fever,

Thanks for the info I'll give him a try.

Good Luck

Ukes

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Go to zercom.com you can order one there,I got a new one there a couple of months ago.

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Roop-Dogg

good tip joewalli. i just went went to zercom.com........looks like $49.95 for a winter type transducer for the classic.

i went to them a couple of months ago when i lost one of the gimble knobs for my classic. they were very helpful. in fact, they sent me one at no charge. grin.gif

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Guest

My back light went out on my classic does anybody know were to get that fixed in the St. cloud area?

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Thanks Roop-dogg and Joewalli. I'll check it out!!!

Rip some lip

Ukes

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AJ

I have a new Zercom transducer (winter) that I bought this year and never used. It has the wrong connection for my unit (LCF-40). I think it is actually for the Clearwater. If you need a transducer with an RCA type connection, I have one I will sell you inexpensively. The RCA connection is similar to a cord on a stereo or video jack. The connection I needed was a 2 prong plug with small diameter probes. If your Clearwater unit has the RCA-type input, post your email and we can discuss.

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AJ
If Tubejig has found one already, I would be more than willing to purchase your 'ducer.

Fiskyknut

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Joewalli
My backlight has gone out also, if you find out something post it here would ya! Thanks

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NINETOE

The F.I.L. lost the back light on his as well. He called them and sent it in, only paid for shipping. He has the newer mod not the color point. Try calling Zercom.

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AJ

For you guys who are interested in the ice transducer, give me a call at 612-669-4842. $30. Leave a message if I don't answer.

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AJ

Sorry if this is a double post...

For you guys who are interested in the transducer, call me at 612-669-4842. $30. Leave a message if I am not there.

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LaVoi

I also have been looking for a winter ducer for my clearwater. I would be interested in AJ's offer.

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URLRocks and Joewalli,

I also had my light go out on my classic. I took it to fish lectronics and they said they couldn't fix it so what I did was I connected a cigarette lighter thing into my battery that i connected to the side of my classic. I got this at a car store and they had different lights taht you could plug into them and it lights it up great. Pretty cheap too!

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