Question about Furuno 1942 Mk2 Radar
Either you have a bad cable, or the motor has given up. Sometimes it can be the mod. board but the bearing pulse generator is located on the motor itself. Also check to see if theres a switch on the back.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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