Question about Humminbird Boating
Change your transducer.
Posted on Feb 13, 2018
The unit may be defective.
Posted on Feb 12, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Raymarine St40 trouble
50/200 combination will work fine but 170/200 may be a little close in frequency and give you some trouble. "May be OK" doesn't leave me with a lot of confidence.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
SOURCE: reset motherboard bios
Both solution are correct in removing BIOS password, but sometimes removing the jumper when the computer is off wont remove the BIOS password while removing the jumper while the computer is on is definitely fine and 100% it will remove the bios password just like Voodoomox has said if you haven't tried it Tbirdfan1 you can do it in actual to prove that it wont damage the computer, After the BIOS password was remove select CDROM as the primary boot device then save the change the computer will reboot put the Opearting system installation CD then continue formatting and installing the system...
Hope that helps........
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
You can find the manual you need at: http://www.humminbird.com/support/FAQ.aspx?faqid=72
It is listed in the legacy products area with the wide series of units.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
I finally got an email reply from Navman. If the unit is less than two years old (mine is not) they will repair it. If it is over two years old, or if you can't prove that it is less than two years old, you can ship it to them and they will repair it for the low, low price of 355 US dollars.
Pretty nice of them since it appears these units are highly problematic isn't it? I am wondering if they guarantee their fix, or just have you on the hook for another 355 dollars later.
Good Luck Everyone,
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
The harley heated handgrips are notorious for failing. Some people have reported finding a loose connection on the ground wire, like they did not crimp the terminal on the end of the wire at the factory. If they are wired externally of the bars (almost impossible to wire those any other way) then it should be easy to follow the wire down to inside the headlight bucket or in the nacelle or dash, (depending on what model bike) and check the connections. If both grips quit at the same time then it's probably wiring. If one quit first, then it may be the grip itself.
If you need to replace them, I would highly recommend not buying the HD brand anymore, and instead choose Polly grip heaters. They are made for snowmobiles and have a long list of benefits over the HD type: - fits internally in the bar end, so you can use any grips you want - cost $35!! compared to $250 for HD - easy to install
I have installed over 7 sets in my friends bikes and not one single failure.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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