By specializing in Fish Finder and marine GPS repairs, we have developed a fast and efficient process for fixing your fish finder and getting it back into your hands as quickly as possible.
Clear-Cast is an electronics repair company located in Springfield, MO and specializes in fish finder and marine GPS repairs.
Clear-Cast is a division of Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation (SRC), an employee owned company with a 35 year history. Our highly experienced team of technicians and engineers are equipped with industry standard tools and resources to ensure a professional and seamless process for our customers.
"Spending $3,000+ on a piece of equipment with no option other than total replacement has always weighed heavy on the average angler.
Thank you for providing real technicians, with real results, who really do care.
David was with me from initial information request all the way through delivery of my repaired unit. DO NOT give up and buy a new piece of equipment before giving the folks at Clear-Cast a chance to repair and save thousands". ~Joe from Arkansas
“Clear-Cast Marine fixed my fish finder/chart-plotter within two days of receiving my unit. David was great, he kept me informed all the way through the process. I highly recommend their services.” ~Jeff from Florida
A few of the issues we see everyday
Please note we're NOT repairing Cracked Screens at this time. Stay tuned as this service will be available in the future!
If you're experiencing any of the issues above, fill out the repair request form and start finding the big fish again.
Please read our Terms & Conditions page before sending in your unit! We appreciate our customers and want to make sure our expectations are better than our fishing skills!
Below are some quick and easy tips to help you before sending your unit in for repair. Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions!
First of all, we don’t recommend you disassembling your unit…
Having intermittent power or display screen readings?
Completely power down the unit and restart the unit.
With the unit powered up, wiggle all electrical connections and the harness, if the image fluctuates or flickers, the issue may be with the harness and connectors.
If available, install a different transducer (ensure the unit has been configured if a different transducer is used) and see if that resolves the issue.
If the issue is still there, call your local exorcist professional or send to Clear-Cast!
Did you fish finder take a bath or decided to do its best rendition of “sing’n in the rain”!?
DISCONNECT THE UNIT IMMEDIATELY. DO NOT attempt to power your unit.
Set the unit upright and allow to dry out (possibly in direct sunlight). DO NOT place your unit in an oven of any kind unless you’re hungry for fish finder.
Disconnect all connectors and inspect for moisture. If any moisture is observed in either the male or female side of the mating connectors, it may be removed using low pressure forced air.
Connect the unit directly to a battery and/or try another battery. NOTE: Powering your unit up can cause irreversible damage. If you are hesitant, send your unit to Clear-Cast!
Clean connector contacts with mildly abrasive pencil eraser. DO NOT remove gold or any other contact plating as this may result in accelerated corrosion.
Time is of the essence. The longer your unit sits with moisture in the unit, the increase in likelihood that damage is unrepairable.