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Navnet sounder total blue screen

Gps works radar works but when switch unit to sounder all i get is a blue screen no depth or temp everything else works

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check your gain setting try auto gain and try manually gaining back to see if it resolves, if yes, send unit in to furuno, if no, ducer is probably at fault.

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Press and hold the "MENU" button during power on. Release "MENU" after boat appears.
Go through the installation wizard. You must select the radar type, "B" is 1834.

Posted on May 23, 2010

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