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I have been needing a new touch screen display for my 2013 24 MXZ. They have been pretty hard to come by recently. I just found that Malibuparts.com recently got some in stock. I ordered it and should arrive soon. Wanted to pass this along to anyone else who may be in the same situation needing one. They should be the same screen for 2011-2016 according to their website. Here is a link to them. They don't have many left in stock. https://www.malibuparts.com/products/touch-screen-display

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I wonder if those are new pictures?  The picture has a 2019 date code.  I'm really glad I got one from coop earlier this year for way less than 3200

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Definitely wasn't too stoked to pay that much but it was the cheapest I could find and the guys at Malbu Parts are awesome! 

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Glad I got one from COOP earlier this year for almost half that.  Old one still works but is in bad shape.  My new winterization process includes me removing the MTC and storing it in a climate controlled basement wrapped in microfiber towels.  I need this newer one to last as long as the first one did.  Only a matter of time until a smarter than me person on here creates a conversion kit with switches that control all the needed.  My new one had a date of 9/3/20 and I was told it was the newer version and could last longer.  We will see.

 

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Does removing it actually make a difference?  I've heard of instances where the boat was barely used and kept indoors and still had significant delamination.  It's a shame that Malibu won't step up and provide a decent replacement option that doesn't have a rapid fail rate.

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2 hours ago, saxton15 said:

Does removing it actually make a difference?  I've heard of instances where the boat was barely used and kept indoors and still had significant delamination.  It's a shame that Malibu won't step up and provide a decent replacement option that doesn't have a rapid fail rate.

My boat is well used (over 700 hours) but stored in doors, heated garage, and still has delamination.  

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My boat is stored outside but under a carport.  I figure the less 20 degree winter I expose it to the better.  We also all need to consider that if it takes one minute to remove the mtc then it will become something easy to steal.  Hate to say that but is reality.  

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