They have been gone now for 15 years. I found two several years ago from a old dealer and bought them, long gone now. Good luck, I'm interested too if you find a lot of them somewhere. I have stripped them all off the 200 or so old Compass unit I have in my storage building. It is really the most valuable item on the older units today. Keith
Thanks for the reply, I wonder if some can be made, doesn't look complicated. If I ship this one to you is it worth a tune-up? I have the 12 inch coil only.
Alaska Bob, lives in California
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...Alaska Bob...you could try to find an old Compass that is not working and just salvage the battery door offf of it...make sure of course that it does have the door....another quick fix ...is to find a flat piece of plastic ...cut it so that it laps over the door area then attach it with black electrical tape.....another solution is to cut a flat piece of aluminun so that it also laps over the door and drill holes so that it can be attached with a small screw....use the self tightening barn roof type screws but these need to be small....