Question about Humminbird Hdr 610 InDash Digital Depth Gauge
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm having the exact same problem. I spoke with the service manager at Faria (Ted) and he was thinking that as long as the gauge is showing a reading, it should default to reading the depth. I'll probably send the guage in to FARIA - they'll repair it for $55. You bring up a good point - maybe the transducer is bad? I put a call in to the Tedmeister to see what he thinks. I'll post if he sheds any light.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have an old Marinetek
Unfortunatly that transducer will not work on the new unit. The sonar sensor is not compatible with this transducer and I would doubt it would even match up to the plug in the Garmin. These units are very propriatory and you will have to use the transducer that came with the machine or one that was specifically designed for the sonar unit. The transducer for your newer unit should be able to mount flush on the hull without having to pull your boat out of the water. These newer units have the capability to see through the hull without having to mount them externally.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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