Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you Sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
Scott Steil

Contact Marcum?

9 posts in this topic

Let us know what is going on with your unit, maybe we can help here. You can email me at:

Steil@meltel.net

I will see if I can be of any help.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks Scott, I was getting a jitery screen so I tested the battery. After a full charging, the battery is only putting out about 3.5 amps instead of 7. The only way I can communicate with them is e-mail( i shouldnt even be here now, hehehe) but thats what I'm limited to. If you could pass this along to someone at Marcum, that would be great. My email= getsum@rock.com

Otherwise I love my unit and would like to use it some more this winter smile.gif Thanks again!

IceC

------------------
Have an Ice day :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

IceC, is you unit one packaged by Cabela's? I have heard of the problem with the jittery screen but all units were ones packaged with Cabelas batteries and soft pack, etc. I am guessing you have a battery problem.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

No I got the Marcum Deluxe system,all Marcum parts. I'm sure its the battery now. My fishing partner also has an lx-3,he has my unit out right now with his battry in it, I'll try to sneek him a call and see if its working.I'm sure I'll hear some fish stories if it is! I hope its something simple like the battery. I will let you know.

IceC

------------------
Have an Ice day :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Keep us posted. If it is not the battery, I have a few more things to try. Easier to rule one out at a time.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ok, it's working great with his battery in it.And he has 5 fish on the ice! Lucky Sob smile.gif
So now I just need to get a new battery. Any contact info or help would be great. Thanks again

IceC

------------------
Have an Ice day smile.gif

[This message has been edited by IceC (edited 02-25-2003).]

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

CNY, YGM grin.gif Thanks

IceC

------------------
Have an Ice day :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Can anyone give me an E-mail address for Marcum? I am having a problem with my lx-3, and I've been using the "contact us" from their HSOforum, but have gotten no response at all. I need someone I can contact through E-mail as that is my only option (working 12hr days) so I cant call during business hours.I already know the problem, just need to get it fixed.Hopefully soon!!

Thanks

IceC

------------------
Have an Ice day :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • I looked everywhere for the screws in the first post and nobody knew what I was talking about till I went to Ace, where I should have gone first. They are actually considered a sheetrock screw! I can't see any use for them with sheetrock but I was told it was because of the coating on them. I have a beat up old trailer house at hunting camp and they are perfect for putting warped metal siding back together and super sharp like a self piercing screw. Sometimes they are called gutter screws too. The hex ones do work great for boots and four wheeler tires.  
    • I liked Lavine too, but coming off ACL surgery you get the feeling that he will lose some of that explosiveness that made him fun to watch.
    • And remember, turkey is not pork and doesn't benefit from high internal temperatures.   It dries out if overcooked.  160 is plenty, maybe even a little less. 
    • Also, turkey doesn't need to be "low and slow" to get to be tender. Crank the heat to 250+ if you like. I've had the smaller breasts done in just 2 1/2 to 3 hrs. FWIW, I just rub it down with olive oil and apply your favorite rub.  If injecting at all, Creole Butter is a nice, quick, easy option. Apple mixed with cherry or hickory are my favorite woods to use.    
    • Well, that was interesting! The same trade that would have been good last year is seemingly brilliant this year. Butler immediately shores up our defense and creates additional scoring for this young, suddenly legitimate team. Great move to start the new year, and a good draft prospect at #16 to boot. While I do like Lavine, we seemed to do a bit better with him sidelined which is not an indictment on his talent, but rather proof that he didn't quite fit our scheme. All in all, this was about as lopsided a trade as I can think of and we should be pretty darn happy with the return we got!
    • What a treat to see a tanager.
    • Beautiful pics as always Jim.  
    • woooowww thats really cool ,,, and the pics are great ))) i just imagined fishing under sunset ))) soo nice ,, take me with you to fishing
    • fun to see the scarlets.  been a while since I have had the pleasure. 
  • Our Sponsors