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MarCum Digital Charging System?

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Anyone know where I can purchase this product?

http://www.marcum.com/products/product_detail.php?ProdSKU=10250&ProdCat1=3

Product SKU: 10250

Digital Charging System

Small compact gauge can be mounted to any 12 volt battery. Utilizes LCD display to indicate percentage of charge remaining while battery is in use. Comes complete with 1 amp charger that plugs into display monitor through DC power jack. System performs automatic shut off function when battery reaches full capacity and maintains battery indefinitely. LCD display also indicates status of charge during charge cycle. Excellent charging and maintenance system for underwater viewing systems or active depth finder users who require faster recovery rates.

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If you click on the where to buy button on that page it tells you the different places you can buy it from.

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Thank you, but I did click on the "where to buy"...seems everyone I've talked to is sold out for the season. I was hoping someone on here might have seen one recently or know where they have some on hand.

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had mind go bad a couple years back, only place was Marcum, and they replaced it for free.

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Marcum is known for excellent customer service. Worth a try.

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I bought a new LX-5 in December which came with one.

I have never really been able to read it very well but just thougth that is the way it was. Then I fished next to someone who had one last weekend and you can read it so easy. Mine basically has every single crystal in the LCD display on all the time. mad

Anyone else stumble across this???

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Sorry - my LX5 works like a champ.

But again.. I have heard nothing but good things about Marcum's customer service... worth a shot.

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The LX-5 works GREAT!!!!!!!!!!

Just the charger gadget is not so good

I will call Marcum on Monday...

Thanks

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No issue with reading my charger either. I'm sure Marcum will take care of you. Good luck.

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