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Lowrance repair locations??

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Has anyone had any work done on a Lowrance product locally, or particularly NW Metro? I have and x104c sonar/gps with a power switch problem and really don't want to send it to Lowrance and be without it for the rest of soft water season.

Any suggestions would be great!

Thanks!

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Call Jerry at Capra's Outdoors in Blaine, he has a good relationship with Lowrance and can help you out!

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call fish electronics on 65 just south of 694 in NE Mpls / almost in fridley. I had some electronics problems, they suggested i swap the power cords out. that did the trick.

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Fish lectronics (electronics without the e, not mispelled) is great, got a new GPS for an old Eagle there this summer.

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Thanks guys, but Fish 'Lectronics said no can do ..... can't get any parts for Lowrance. guess I'll send it in when the hard water comes!

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You might want to try Motor Clinic? I know they deal with Vex and Minnkota.....I've had great service there. They might be able to point you in the right direction.

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