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I broke off the rotating black compass dial on the face. Where can I get another one? The watch is still in awesome shape, but it needs this compass dial.

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Re: Need a part

Here is the link to the user manual if you need it; Page 12 gives you contact details for lacrosse support or use; Hope this helps, please ask again if not and i can hopefully find you another source :)

Posted on Apr 14, 2007

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