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Phil Lilley

New Advertiser - Clear Cast Marine

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I thought this company would be a good fit for a fishing forum.  Here's their introduction:

Clear-Cast is an electronics remanufacturing company located in Springfield, MO and specializes in fish finder and marine GPS repairs.  Our highly trained team of technicians and engineers are equipped with industry-standard tools and resources to ensure a professional and seamless process for our customers. A few of the issues we see everyday include power issues, over-heating, moisture intrusion, intermittent failures, inaccurate results and back-lighting. If you're experiencing any of these with your out-of-warranty fish finder, fill out the repair request form on our website www.clearcastmarine.com and start finding the big fish again.

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5 minutes ago, Phil Lilley said:

I thought this company would be a good fit for a fishing forum.  Here's their introduction:

Clear-Cast is an electronics remanufacturing company located in Springfield, MO and specializes in fish finder and marine GPS repairs.  Our highly trained team of technicians and engineers are equipped with industry-standard tools and resources to ensure a professional and seamless process for our customers. A few of the issues we see everyday include power issues, over-heating, moisture intrusion, intermittent failures, inaccurate results and back-lighting. If you're experiencing any of these with your out-of-warranty fish finder, fill out the repair request form on our website www.clearcastmarine.com and start finding the big fish again.

        Thanks Phil for the heads up. Having issues with one of my units,

BilletHead

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Great idea for a start-up !! B) 

Hope they can help out Anglers who own one of the "Obsolete" (per Lowrance) older units that Lowrance frequently gives-up on, refuses to repair and forces the consumer to buy a new unit.  

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I saw one at a yard sale last month that had thermal paper for the graph, complete.  Been around for a while.  I think the one off my last tracker used a cathode TV tube and required 110v, it was a hoss of a unit that was DOA when I bought the boat.

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