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  1. #1
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    Default Well it is official...My Blinder is dead.

    Been trying to nurse my Blinder along until the new Blinder comes out. The dang thing got water inside the heads & green corrosion took over. Now it won't stop false alarming. Drying & replacing the lenses did little good. Out of warranty & there is no repair option so I just wanted to replace them with the newest Blinder model coming out. Oh well, looks like we might go unprotected for a while until I see what the newest offering look like.

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    What model of Blinder is it? Did something happen to compromise its integrity or did it just fail of its own accord?

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    It's possible to just purchase individual jammer heads. This saves you $100 off the full price of the unit. Maybe consider that...? Just an idea.

    How did you get water in the heads? I thought they were well-sealed.

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    Won Hunglo,

    The customer service of Blinder USA is one terrific.

    Give Leon (aka the Blinder Dude) a call, let him your situation, I am sure he will come up with something good for you.

    Check out www.blinderxtreme.com to get his direct number.

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    "How did you get water in the heads? I thought they were well-sealed."

    I was told by a "Escort" sales person, because Blinder has replaceable lenses they are prone to have water finds its way in over time.

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    This sounds like the M-10, the lens were not like the M-20.
    Please give me a call to see if I can help you out.
    1-866-622-7219

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    It is an M-10. I'll give you a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Won Hunglo
    It is an M-10. I'll give you a call.
    If it's an M-10 what is the point of even fixing it as that thing doesn't even jam 3rd generation guns? Just buy a new jammer.

    JTW

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    I would say it's time to speak with Radar Roy.
    The difference between the M-10 and M-20 is huge.
    You will be pleased with the M-20.

 

 

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