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Letz
23-06-06, 09:40 AM
Apologies if daft question and asking on behalf of a friend (that's me excused;))


Where do UK Meg divers get servicing done, or do you all do it yourselves?

I did trying searching the site before asking but, sadly, no answers :frown:

42
23-06-06, 09:47 AM
Apologies if daft question and asking on behalf of a friend (that's me excused;))


Where do UK Meg divers get servicing done, or do you all do it yourselves?

I did trying searching the site before asking but, sadly, no answers :frown:

I believe Custom Divers will be the importer of the units when they get CE approved, so maybe have a word with them. They have been putting press releases on their site from time to time, but no update on when the unit wil be formally available.

schford
23-06-06, 09:53 AM
Routine Servicing eg sensors strip down clean etc I do myself.

Any thing larger such as repair / replacement of components I would send back to the factory.

Although I believe that Leon is just about to set some one up to do servicing in the UK and that they have done the factory technician course and are a long time Meg user...

I do know who it will probably be but I am not saying.....Oh and Leon does need to get them set up with a mini pressure pot...

42
23-06-06, 09:55 AM
Routine Servicing eg sensors strip down clean etc I do myself.

Any thing larger such as repair / replacement of components I would send back to the factory.

Although I believe that Leon is just about to set some one up to do servicing in the UK and that they have done the factory technician course and are a long time Meg user...

I do know who it will probably be but I am not saying.....Oh and Leon does need to get them set up with a mini pressure pot...

Do you know how far they are from a CE mark?

steveharriss
24-06-07, 11:24 PM
Dennis Vessey and Andy Mumford look a safe bet :teeth:

Diving Diva
24-06-07, 11:56 PM
Dennis Vessey and Andy Mumford look a safe bet :teeth:

Have to second that! What they don't know about Megs ain't worth knowing.

Corinne

gibbon
25-06-07, 06:35 AM
Dennis Vessey is official UK servicing contact for ISC.

graeme
03-01-10, 03:44 PM
i agree with that, Dennis Vessey is official UK servicing contact for ISC

Letz
03-01-10, 03:49 PM
Strange resurrection of a 3 1/2 year old thread

graeme
03-01-10, 06:00 PM
i was just browsing didnt look at the date:embarassed:

Letz
03-01-10, 10:42 PM
i was just browsing didnt look at the date:embarassed:

Well the posts are consistent after all this time :)

Lee C
04-01-10, 06:58 AM
Dennis Vessey is your man:
07736548148
01652688659

Cheers
Lee C

nigel ingram
05-01-10, 05:14 PM
hi
i think Andy Mumford has some thing to do with servicing them as well.
mr Mumford south
mr Vessey north
i think they work together in one way or another.
if you punch in www.megalodon-uk.com (http://www.megalodon-uk.com)
you`ll find all you ever need to know and they carry out all repairs and upgrades etc,
regards

DanTam1
12-01-10, 12:55 PM
Megalodon UK (http://www.megalodon-uk.com/)

:angel: :teeth: