Question about Lowrance iFINDER H2O C GPS Receiver
Your GPS is looking for an alternative source of NMEA data and is no longer doing it itself. If it doesn't get that data it will continue to look or wait for it. We can disable this function so the GPS relies solely on the data it is receiving through its own antanae. This function can only be changed while in Advanced mode. If you're not running in advanced mode make sure you switch to advanced mode. Once there, go to your Main Menu (from map screen, hit menu twice). In that menu, go and select SYSTEM SETUP. In your System Setup menu you will see an opition, COM PORT. Select COM PORT and hit Enter. You will see three Check boxes (NMEA INPUT, NMEA GPS INPUT, NMEA OUTPUT). Make sure that none of those are checked. Once you are done, you can EXIT out of the menus. Go out and see if you can acquire a Satellite Fix.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
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