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Screen goes blank starts to beep

Today while fishing the unit started to beep after 1 hr being on. When I looked at the screen it was blank and then it would show some lines then blank again. It is a navnet GD-1700c. I turned it off and the picture came back, but after a couple of minutes it did it again. I left it off for about an hour. Turned it on, saw the correct screen, then went off again. It would beep when the screen would go blank. It's about 3 months old.Thanks

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