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Old 30 September 2007, 15:39   #1
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Been out mucking about this weekend with a friend with a motor boat who has been having engine hassle and the sea was so flat could not resist just buzzing round him.

Anyhow, looks like I must of hit a bit of stick or something in the water (just so much of it at Plymouth this weekend) that has taken out my transducer (or whatever its called) sonar thingy on the transom.

So question is, can I get new one, and where is the best place.



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Old 30 September 2007, 20:00   #2
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I guess first port of call could be to drop Navman an email and explain things to them first. They might be kind hearted enough to replace it FOC. You never know and service at Garmin's this good sometimes, Navman might want to follow.

If not then hunt out your local dealer for Navman stuff, you might be able to upgrade the transducer to one with a speed sensor or something? There are lots of companies online that deal with them too, just a few to get you going.

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