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Problem with eagle fishelite 500c

My unit is mounted in the console of my Triton bass boat, all the cables are behind the dash.Just yestersay the unit started turning itself on and blinking and beeping nonstop until you manually turn it off, then it turns itself right back on again and starts flashing and beeping again. It is flashing the same display you would get when turni ng the device on, "do not rely on this product for navigation bla, bla, bla...."

I had to remove the console and unplug the unit for it to stop. When manually turning it on the unit works fine.

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