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Raymarine Radio Ray 54 transmits intermitently / recieves ok

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You cannot just reprogram your Raymarine to european standard.

This radio has been built and is licenced for using with USA frequency, in Europe his use will be limited to lower bands with no modification.

To be fully adapted to higher bands, the radio must be taken apart, and you need to bridge a contact on the main board.

The use of the radio after modifacion won't be legal in Europe.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Raymarine Ray 240 usa model

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800-527-3306. call this number

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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