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Street Pilot 2620 Missing nut for mcx external connector


The nut that holds the mcx bulkhead connector against the back of the unit has been lost.  Do you know eher i can get one?


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Re: Street Pilot 2620 Missing nut for mcx external...

Are you talking about the thumb screw? if so, just go to hdepot and get a screw that fits

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