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Nexus instrument wired remote broke

I have Nexus instruments on my boat. The wired remote fell in the cockpit and the LCD display is now hosed. If you ignore the display and look at the large displays in the pilot house, all the control buttons on the remote work fine.

Does anyone think the LCD display can be repaired? Any idea where?

In another thread a Dick Booth in Florida said he does repairs but e-mail got no response....
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He repairs our Nexus stuff all the time, and he is really good. I can call him any time, and he helps me troubleshoot things, etc. and he is extremely reasonable. He works out of his house not far from me, so I can just drop by there. Trust me, this guy is fantastic. And, he won't steer you into anything you don't need.
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