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Screen will not shoh target

The radome rotates, screen shows rotation, but will not display target. I,ve misplaced my manuals, any sugestions? Wayne

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You may have a faulty magnetron or one that has gotten old. They do have a life. Find out how many hours you have on the unit and give furuno a call. They will more than likely tell you what they think the problem is.

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