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I have a Raymarine E80 interfaced with an AIS. The port setting for the AIS is required to be 38400. If I switch the AIS on - it makes the E80 reboot after about an hour - and the system loses its settings. Is there anything that can be done to fix this ? Thanks

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The software shoud be 5.23 for the E 80
If you have two E series maybe a E 80 and a E120 both MUST HAVE the same SOFTWARE
If not you can have problems like this.

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First things first, be sure you have the most recent software version installed. You should have version 4.29 . Once that is established, if the problem persists you will need to call Raymarine's Tech support line and describe your troubles (since the problem is a bit unusual).

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