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RL70CRC crashes with new "Wide" C-map cartridge

I recently bought a new Wide area cartridge, replacing an old Superwide, When displaying any chart off the new cartridge, the plotter crashes every few seconds. I also have a Local cartridge of a neighboring area, which works fine. The really wierd thing is that if I call up the new charts on my second (networked) plotter, the second one (displying the chart) crashes, NOT the one the chart is plugged in to. So I don't think it is a problem with the cartridge or the interface, more likely a format incompatability or memory problem??

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Get a new burn on the chip, I have seen this issue on a particular burn.

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