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Old 06 July 2016, 12:37   #11
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I will put money on no-one else notices the bleep!

Bit if you've got two batteries you should be able to config it so the VHF doesn't drop out. The engine will always bleep unless there is a manufacturer setting to disable the bleep. But the bleep is for a reason... ...its like your oil warning light on your car being on for 1 second at the start - it proves it works.

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