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Shwangman

Looking for information on Outdoor Viewing Systems

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I have a Outdoor Viewing system VS400 under water camera which I have misplaced the power cord to charge the batteries and was wondering if anyone new of them. I thought at one time they were based in Minnesota, like maybe Monticello but, have had no luck in finding a number or address. Any help would be super.

Thanks

Ken

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So you have a Marcum OVS400? Contact Marcum, they should be able to help you.

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Its does not say Marcum, only says OVS400 and OVS. I was thinking about trying a Radio Shack, bring in the unit and seeing they could sell me the power cord to charge the batteries.

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That is a MarCum camera or at least MarCum has a OVS400. I would call Jon Marshall at Nature Vision who now owns MarCum and he will be able to help you.

John Marshall

1-218-251-7991-direct

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Thanks for that information, I will give him a call.

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Harvey:

Do you have another number for Mr. Marshal, that number is no longer in use! Thanks.

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Try this number. Seems a few of their contacts have changed.

218-825-0733

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Thanks allot Harvey, I will give him a call on Monday.

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If you cannot get through on that number, just call Nature Vision's main office and ask for Cuetomer service.

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