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I need more details about the problem you are having to be able to help you.
My best guess is that your unit will only disply data between 98 and 100 feet?
If thats the case check the range setting on your unit. It may be set to only display that range. You can set it to auto and it will automatically adjust the range from zero to just over the maximum depth it is currently reading.

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Hello! Do you have the PDF users guide for your unit? I'm looking at a copy in the troubleshooting section...I don't want to cover information you have already looked at or tried...Since I do not know if you have that manual I'll give you a few items to check...

Measure the battery at the units power connector...Must be at least 11 volts DC...In portable mode it uses 8 D cell batteries= 12 volts
Make certain the Transducer is securely connected...
Did you use the in-line fuse supplied with the unit?...
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If you do not have the PDF guide, here is the link...

http://www.eaglenav.com/upload/Eagle/Documents/Manuals/seafinder320df_0143-661_101602.pdf


Let me know how you make out....Guru....Saailer

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