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Communication to Offshore Navigator light

I have a problem communicating GPS info from my 270ML to the chart plotter (a PC)When first connected it gets a GPS fix but looses this after a minute or so. Then at occations I get a new fix, which disappears rapidly. The error message in the chart program is The program receives a telegram which is longer than the specification for NMEA 183 Anyone able to give me some guidance?

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The internal memory battery is dieing. It will eventually stop completely unless you get a new battery installed.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Press menu.....chart setup.....and scroll to the bottom until you see Plotter Mode in the list of options. It should be set in the OFF position.

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