Question about Lowrance LMS 332c Mapping Sonar/GPS Receiver

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I have a lowrance 522 igps and the unit has stopped rading the depth when I get into about 20 to 25 feet of water or deeper, this does this at any speed, the unit is alitle over a year old and has worked great up until about the last week

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  • eastwind63 Aug 12, 2008

    I think I fixed it, With the unit off, I held in the Page button and at the same time held the power up button until the not for navigation screen popped up, This was supposed to have reset(reboot) the unit. I now longer have the problem. Also they say that you can hold the zoom in and out together and the power up button, this will also help BUT you will lose your saved items including waypoints.

  • eastwind63 Aug 12, 2008

    I reboot the unit by holding in the page button and the power button together unitl the unit powered up to the not for nav, message, this reset it and it works fine now, can also hold the zoom in and out and power buttons together, youw may lose your way points.

  • FL_Crappie Mar 13, 2009

    I have a similar problem with my 332C and when I did the recommended fix nothing changed it continues to loose the debt. The screen will go from 0 to 500 feet then goes white with little small specks and on the right side of it will go up and down the debt scale. It just keeps doing that, then all of a sudden, it comes back on working fine for awhile. I thought it was just the transducer but when I put it on my old black and white unit, it works just fine.

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I would verify that your "chart speed" is set to 100%.

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