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Old 16 September 2005, 03:33   #11
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Country: UK - England
Town: Reading, Hants
Boat name: Juicy
Make: Sealine F43
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Originally Posted by bandf

Sorry, forgot to mention in my last post. The lines down the screen are either a failing LCD pack - fixable, but expensive and not worth the effort, or possibly a software issue with the LCD addressing. If it's the latter, a reset might fix it. Reset for the old SuperHerman Lowrance units (LMS350, 350A, X70A, GMap 1000 and 2000 etc) is as follows:
1. Turn unit OFF
2. Press and hold CLR key (under the 7 button on the keypad)
3. While holding in CLR, press and hold the ON button
4. Hold both CLR and ON until the display comes up then release.

That's the soft reset, and won't remove marks or other user information, but might clear the screen. It's probably worth a shot - if it doesn't work, at least it was cheap!!

Cheers - Chris
thanks so much for the advice, priceless, i will give it a go, thanks very much and i owe u a fosters...

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Old 19 September 2005, 15:14   #12
Country: Australia
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Sounds like a fair trade mate - now all I have to do is get my Honda Firestorm on a boat, and work out where the whatnot Hook is..

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