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Trey Pipesh

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Trey Pipesh

Hey guys! 

I have an older style marcum under water camera that is black and white and shaped like an older tube TV.  Last winter someone stole the camera part but left the TV.   Does anyone out there have a replacement camera or know where to get one? 

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leech~~

Welcome to the forum Trey.

That may be a tough one being so old. You may get the model name or number and look on ebay or some of the sale sites. The camera end is pretty much the important part of these old cams. Good Luck.

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21 hours ago, Trey Pipesh said:

Hey guys! 

I have an older style marcum under water camera that is black and white and shaped like an older tube TV.  Last winter someone stole the camera part but left the TV.   Does anyone out there have a replacement camera or know where to get one? 

I have one still works only missing battery. Using Batt on other electronics. I live near Forest Lake. PM me if your interested.

 

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I think your from East Tawas Mich. May be a bit of a challenge getting it to you if interested...

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