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The bezel on the compass of my Mission Puck 3 fell off during a dive. Is it possible to get a replacement. If not, where can I find the compass module?

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Hi,

Any dive shop worth their salt will be stocking all the major brands, Mares among them. It's possible the bezel can be repaired if there are no leaks or cracks in the compass body. Send it back to them and get an estimate to see if it's worth repairing or replacing.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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