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    I may have one. I have an bold flasher. Will look tomorrow day light.

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    Ok I’ll put it back in the junk pile.

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    Hmmm. Tried to edit post abd I deleted it.
    Flint, don't throw it on the junk pile. How much crappie bait do you want for? I would be interested in it. Let me know, please. Toolmanii

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    Ok, I’ll PM ya and we will work it out.

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    If you are back in action that is great....Otherwise when my old in dash round flasher went belly up I spent about $100 and bought a Lorance replacement....Works great while motoring....

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    Snagged, I will keep that in mind. Flint has one in the mail on its' way here to me, so I am hopeful that takes care of it. In the meantime, I experimented on the one I have with the broken cable. I used a pencil die grinder to cut away at the filler material that contains the puck. I carefully removed the puck from the cork lining which surrounds it, and soldered the cable back to it. Pretty straight forward......I think. Anyway, resealed the puck back into the transducer body and will try it on my next days off. Here is a pic of the repaired (questionable) transducer.
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    Hope it works for you,I would certainly give you EEE for effort.....
    I will look for my old xducer and if I can find it you are welcome to it as well.....
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    If it’s ticking and clicking it will probably work. Generally if you hold the ducer three feet above a hard surface and get a bottom reading of six or so feet it is working.

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