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    1. BrentAF
      BrentAF
      Hello Buddha, sorry to be a broken record, but I was wondering if I could get the MK25 Evo maintenance manual.
      1. RainPilot
    2. andy_panait
      andy_panait
      Hi! Could you please send me the repair guide for Scubapro A700? Thank you very much!
    3. ARELLANO
      ARELLANO
      hi, could you help me with the mk25 evo a700 service manual please? thanks
    4. Rick Murchison
      Rick Murchison
      Just send me the information. Since the latest "upgrade" the system is broken and whatever you put in the form is out there in the ether somewhere, never to be seen again.
      If you are PADI, I need your PADI dive leader number and full name. If SSI, your full name and birthday. If another agency, just email a scan of your DM card to rick@scubaboard.com :)
      Rick
    5. drdaddy
      drdaddy
      I am from Oregon, United States. Last summer I was diving at Tatsukushi Diving Center. They were very wonderful to me. A niece just arrived here in our home and she has been volunteering in your area of Japan in helping clean up after the disaster.

      I would like to offer you my condolences/expressing of caring for the loss of friends and loved ones. I have a good friend from Ishinomaki who lost friends as well. Her father's dentist office building was also destroyed.

      Someday I would like to come and dive with you, and maybe you could come and visit Oregon as well.

      drdaddy - William
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    Gender:
    Not specified
    Certification Agencies:
    Padi
    Certification Level:
    DM
    # of Logged Dives:
    1,000 - 2,499
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Santi E.Motion
    Kubi Dry Gloves
    Heated BZ400
    Apeks (US)FSR/Conshelf 14s
    Conshelf 14/156 BAs
    MK17/G260s
    MK17/D300/G250

    AGIR 2.8kg plate w/Oxy Mach V 30lb Extr wing w/AGIR STA
    AGIR 5.1kg Plate w/Halcyon weighted STA
    Atomic frameless mask
    Mb-sub X1-FF
    Mb-sub X1-VB
    Mb-sub VB 50
    Light Monkey 2w
    EEZYCUT Trilobite
    B&G SPG
    Mares Power Planas
    DiveRite XT fins
    Hollis F1
    Halcyon 3' smb w/ 30m spool
    Emergency pocket: Carter CBS20 smb, Jotron AQ strobe, DiveAlert lp horn, Storm whistle, emt shears, mirror.
    Atomic SV1 snorkel
    Shearwater Perdix AI
    ScubaPro bottom timer w/DSS mount
    SK7 compass w/DSS mount