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Re: Pile of ICE-55
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The main thing I am upset with is it is a manufacturing problem. Not a misuse or battery problem. There very well can be thousands of good ones out there but this one is not.

I think I will take the advise and look for those set screws!! Thanks for the tip!

Posted on: 2015/1/8 13:10
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Re: Pile of ICE-55
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How bout this:
Broken ICE - 55 $50!

Posted on: 2015/1/7 14:26
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Pile of ICE-55
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My main fishing buddy after years of me telling him to stick with them main two, Marcum or Vexilar, purchased a Hummingbird 55 a year or two ago. Fast forward to a year or two after purchase and the motor stops working.....shows a few things on the screen for numbers but "it no spin". Common problem as far as I am concerned.

Just in case you ask, I am not a rookie to locators and we have checked the battery.

There are two options I have given him:

1. Send it back to Hummingbird for there flat charge of $175.00 (Holy crap!) and just pay the man.....

2. Put the piece of crap in the garbage can.....


Any help out there????

Posted on: 2015/1/7 9:54
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Re: propane augers
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38cc vs 49cc
xt cutting system vs STX cutting system.

Posted on: 2014/12/22 12:22
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Re: Eskimo Propane Auger
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Jiffy and Eskimo are both using " High Compression" motors. Jiffy has been making them now for years and Eskimo has Rev 0 out. The Eskimo Auger CC wise lands in the middle between the Jiffy pro-4 lite and Pro-4. Handle them and make the choice.

Posted on: 2014/11/12 13:35
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Re: Wondering if anyone knows an awesome auger tune-up guy
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St. Francis Bait and Tackle

Posted on: 2014/8/22 12:19
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Re: jiffy auger repair
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Don't hesitate to bring it to St. Francis Bait and Tackle. They are an authorized Jiffy repair shop and will have you running in no time.

Posted on: 2014/2/6 17:35
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Re: Jiffy auger replacement throttle kit
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St. Francis Bait and tackle

Posted on: 2014/1/26 12:54
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Re: propane auger
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Great post! Glad your happy with it! Been running them since inception.

And by the way the walleye is to dye for!!!!!!!

30"???

Posted on: 2014/1/26 12:50
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Re: Jiffy Customer Service
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Also try the Authorized service center link and see if they have one.

Posted on: 2014/1/22 13:06
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