Question about Raymarine GPS
On Sat 21 Nov I disconnected the unit and checked to make sure no pins had snapped off inside the connection port, I then connected the unit to a spare power cable in the garage(it has an in-line fuse and ac adaptor fitted), powered on the unit then scrolled thru the various menus powered off unplugged the unit, then re-connected it back in the boat and went for a cruise up the local river yesterday Sun 22 Nov and the unit worked fine, so my guess is a good as anyone's as to how it was fixed, most electrical appliances have gremlins of some kind, could have been low power from the old battery(replaced it), I definately checked and re-checked the connection though, mine are covered in vicks vapour rub (a suggestion from Navcom - local dealer for raymarine).cheers and many thanks
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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