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#1 LesW


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Posted 05 September 2002 - 08:50 PM

Hello All:

I don't know if anyone goes back this far (15-20 yrs) but I'm trying to revive my old Subsea Mk 150 strobe. I know Subsea once had a repair site in Florida because I took the strobe there once. The strobe (and I) have been in storage a few years and I'd like to have it serviced so I don't flood it the first time out. But I can't find Subsea anywhere on the net. Also it takes a very large battery which I can't remember the spec for. Its the size of a brick or maybe two vhs tapes and I think it was a dry cell. At the time there were rumours of it becoming a rechargeable but I never saw one. Can anyone point me to a shop that might service the strobe and possibly a battery supply site. Thanks a lot in advance. Les.

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Posted 06 September 2002 - 03:27 AM


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