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I have a Northstar Gps fishfinder and wonder if I can access its memory to find my stored fishing waypoints without connecting to my boat

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Yes you can you need power lead and 12 volt battery

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SOURCE: Plotting Waypoints

Here's the link to the user manual if you need it; http://www8.garmin.com/manuals/GPS60_OwnersManual.pdf Garmin says; To manually enter in the coordinates for a waypoint on the 60 or 76 -series units, use the following steps: Press and hold the 'Mark' button. Use the up arrow to scroll up to the "Location" field and press 'Enter'. A new box pops up to enter in the new coordinates. Go to "OK" and press 'Enter'. Select "OK" at the bottom right corner to save all changes. Hope this helps :)

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SOURCE: Eagle Cuda 250 Fishfinder / GPS combo

Don't buy - go to Eagle web site and download it.

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

SOURCE: recently purchased a hummingbird 535

I have seen a suction cup for the eagle brand depth finders maybe it will fit a hummingbird

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Try Navman website here. http://www.navman.com/Navman/Templates/standardcontent____6268.aspx

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SOURCE: repeated transponder issues with the lowrance 320c fishfinder

Reading the manual it does say that there is a temperature range for these. I"m not sure where you live but it might be cold enough that it is damaging the transducer in the off winter months.

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