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BOTTOM LINE FISH FINDER?

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I BOUGHT A USED BOTTOMLINE FISH FINDER TBL210F. I'M LOOKING FOR MANUELS ON IT IF ANY ONE HAS ANY INFO PLEASE SEND THANKS.

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I may be able to help you out if I can find my manual. If you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay for the unit? I bought a new locator last year and would like to sell my TBL210F. Just wondering what I could ask for it. If I can find my manual I can make a copy and send it to you. I'll check tonight and post again if I find it or not.

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I ACTUALY BOUGHT MINE USED INCLUDED WITH MY BOAT, SO I REALY COUND'T GIVE YOU AN ACTUAL PRICE. SORRY! BUT IF YOU FIND YOUR INSTRUCTIONS I SURE WOULD APPRICIATE IT. THANKS

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I CHECKED OUT THE WEB PAGE WWW.BOTTOMLINE.COM IT DOESN'T HAVE MUCH TO DO WITH FISH FINDERS IT IS E-COMMERCE YADDA-YADDA FIRM WITHOUT THE CORRECT PASSWORD YOU CAN'T EVEN GET TO THE MANUELS. THANKS FOR THE HELP ANYWAY. ANYBODY ELSE WITH ANY SUGGESTIONS I WOULD APPRITIATE THEM!

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KJBENG:

Good news, I found my manual. Post a way for me to contact you and I will get a set of copies in the mail to you right away. That is if you are still looking for one. Let me know.

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THANKS FISHER ED, GIVE ME A CALL AT 763-755-3277


Good news, I found my manual. Post a way for me to contact you and I will get a set of copies in the mail to you right away. That is if you are still looking for one. Let me know.

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KJBENG,
You're in Andover also.........cool

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Thanks alot for all the help, I realy appreciate it. I'm getting ready to head out to the sportsman show. take it easy, again thanks

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Call BottomLine at 1-800-456-5432 ask for TECK support.

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