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Need wiring diagram for Apelco FishFinder combo 6760. I dont have any connectors for back of main unit but wish to find what each pin is connected to... plz help. dazed & confused !!!

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heres the link to download manual it will have wireing diagram in it for you also i will be uploading the manual to fixya

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Question: What are the extra wires used for on the power cable for my fishfinder?
I found this on the carmin website under questions and answers. I think your cable is ok to use according to this.
--> Answer: Not all of the wires in the harness are required for use. To connect the unit to the power source, only the black & red wires are required (black to ground, red to positive). Here are descriptions of the other wires in the harness:
  • The Blue wire is used for a NMEA data out connection to another NMEA compatible device. The fish finder outputs NMEA 0183 version 3.01. The receiving device must be compatible with this format and looking for the NEMA sentences DPT, DBT, MTM, or VHW.
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View this standard 20-pin ATX main power cable, and it's respective connector,

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Just in case it's of any use.

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