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The front cover of the 2nd stage is broken on

The front cover on my alpha 8 second stage is broken on the primary and alternate. Need to find replacement covers. Any Ideas?

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How about going to a Oceanic dealer? Eh? They should be able sell you the parts and install them. Remember, life support equipment should be serviced annually, and said replacements would be part of that service.

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