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Frozen Vexilar?

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I was fishing in Ely the first week of february. Got out to the crappie lake. All went well, Gator ran, Brand new auger started, fish trap went up no problem. Then Bam! Vexilar would not work right. I tried everything. Is it possible something inside of it could have frozen? I took it back to the cabin and warmed it up and then worked fine. It was like someone close to me just died when it quit working. Anyone else ever have this happen to them? The temps were in the -20's below.

Thanks!

Mark

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I was having a problem with mine. It was like a lot of interferance, could not pick up my jig or the bottum. I pulled up the ducer and wiped it off. There was a thin layer of ice on the ducer. Works fine now.

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Never had that problem, used them in -40 in ontario, they sure like it warmer though. It's possible your battery froze if it wasn't fully charged. There is nothing that can freeze in the vex itself if it stays dry, however it is an electric motor, and the cold can slow them down. once running they warm up and work from my experiences.

If the problem persists, e-mail vexilar, they have a staff that will get back to you quickly. I have had good esperiences with asking them questions. Brent

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