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I struggled to work out what was going on with mine (I had the same problem) and concluded that it was either an issue with the electronics, which was beyond my skills to fix, or something much simpler. We all tend to assume the more complicated answer, so I focused on the very thin and nasty spring inside the battery housing cap. I wondered if that spring was deforming in some way and causing a short circuit. So a couple of months ago I unscrewed the two tiny retaining screws that hold the plate on which the spring sits, took the plate out, removed the spring, and replaced it with a much thicker, gold plated spring taken from a small flashlight I no longer had a use for. I soldered the spring into location on the plate, returned the plate to the battery housing cap, and inserted a new battery. Two months later, the battery is still showing full power.
E6 means the unit has cpu or program failure....The only thing that bushnell can do is replace your unit with a newer one Its over 10 years old..... They won't have any parts or able to reprogram it.(they just do keep parts that long) They will offer you a model 20-1916 ($151.00 bill) (you can it see it @ bushnell .com.) The better model is........if you play golf is the Medelist(20-1354) or the Tour V2(20-1930).....The top of the line is the Pinseeker 1600(20-5105 without the slope function) or the Pinseeker 1600(20-5106 with the slope function).......If you hunt I would go with the model (20-1932 with the ARC fuction..... This is the real deal....call them