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Nauticam NA-D800 service manual

Discussion in 'Underwater Photography' started by LeeCat, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. LeeCat

    LeeCat Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: South Africa
    Dear community,

    I'm looking for Nauticam NA-D800 service manual. So far I don't have any success in the process. Can somebody assist with the task?
  2. bvanant

    bvanant Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives:
    Location: Los Angeles (more or less)
    I would be shocked if any housing manufacturer will give out their service manuals. too many people out there with no idea how to use any kind of tool.
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  3. giffenk

    giffenk Great White

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: toronto
    What type of information are you looking for? The majority of housing service items are trivial mechanical issues that deal with simple part swapping. The manufacturer will (should) definitely have a detailed parts list, but I would be surprised if they even produced a service manual...

    Anyone willing to hazard a guess on the number of housing service techs on the planet? I am guessing under 30...

    I suggest you ask your question and maybe someone can provide some info.

    P.S. A similar example is UWATEC dive computers. No service manuals to be found, but lots of information available regarding battery replacement.
  4. JackConnick

    JackConnick Optical Ocean Sales ScubaBoard Business Sponsor ScubaBoard Supporter

    Service parts and manuals are not available. You can send it into Nauticam for service the costs aren't all that bad. Certainly when compared with having a housing messed up for an important dive trip...

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