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My 120 was on and died and will not come back on checked the fuses and wires no luck only 1 year old. any ideas??

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Send unit back to Raymarine. Two year warranty. I just talked to the factory about a communication error between the E series and the radar. Radar just stopped communication between radome and E unit.

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