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mtrue68

Fish finder repair

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I have an Eagle fish finder and the lens is scratched up very bad. Its hard to read. Does anybody know where I could get the lens replaced or fixed somehow without sending it to the factory?

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you could try fishlectronics in columbia hts
or hilltop area for phone #,they do a lot of work on vlexs in winter and do some summer
fish locators as well

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I second the FishLectronics place. They are pretty good from my experience. ><>
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This response on another message board was for plastic windshields, but look at the last sentence. Let us know what you do.

Meguiars #10 and #17 Plastic cleaner and polish will do a great job and also remove light scrathches and hazing (plastic windshield). Just tried their new "PlastX" and it does as good a job for half the price of the 10/17 combo. Used it on a fairly well scuffed/scratched Lowrance X-75 face...worked great and only had to use one product.

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another vote for meguires 17

I had my daughter do this for me on my lms 350 and it looks as good as new. took her about 45 min.

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