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Raymarine ST60+ Wind, *Raytheon ST60 Depth, Raymarine ST4000+ Auto Pilot connected in series (seatalk). When initially switched on, the Auto Pilot first displays "4000 WHL", then "STANDBY", & then "STLK FAIL" in rapid succession. At this point nothing works on the Auto Pilot. When the yellow Data wire from the STs is connected to the Raymarine C120 Display, the Raymarine GPS stops sending information to the display. An additional 12v supply was added to accomodate the STs. What does "STLK FAIL" refer to? I could not find it in my Owner's Handbook. How do I make the ST4000+ work and connect all the STs & the GPS antenna to the C120 Display? Currently my charts, GPS data & Radar are all I can get to send to the C120 Display.

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You need to download the latest software version from raymarine.com which turns on nmea2k.

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