Question about Lowrance LMS-332C GPS Receiver
I have a problem where I lose the reading for depth at high speed on my LMS-337. I have checked the position of the externally mounted transducer and it is set perfectly (like the manual recommends). Somebody suggested a solution that the transducer would move and that would cause it to fail. Do they mean move permanently out of position or do they mean vibrate while running at high speed? Mine stays pretty much put in the same position.
SOURCE: depth finder problem
Try adjusting the trim or get the boats nose up even to the point of porpoise (I think thats how you spell it) if the signal improves with the nose up you may need to lower the transducer more than the manufacturer recommends. the slight looking foward will also help. My current sounder works pretty well up to about 25kn
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
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