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Old 26 January 2014, 08:01   #1
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Mmsi reset

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Does anyone know where I can get my garmin vhf100 reset? I am in Harrogate and didn't really want to have to remove it from the boat so a northern dealer would be ideal.

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Old 26 January 2014, 08:04   #2
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According to garmin it needs to be sent back to them
they said dealers cannot do it!!
If you find a way of doing it pass on the details
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Old 26 January 2014, 08:07   #3
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What a pain, but thanks anyway

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Old 26 January 2014, 08:17   #4
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What a pain, but thanks anyway

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Can I ask why you are resetting the MMSI?
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Old 26 January 2014, 08:20   #5
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I've changed my boat and need to register my new one to the radio, as I understand it's the only way it can be done

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I've changed my boat and need to register my new one to the radio, as I understand it's the only way it can be done
Ah, OK, you've moved the VHF set from your/a previous boat to the new boat?

Yeah, new number then so...
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Old 26 January 2014, 09:02   #7
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reset the mmsi on the navman radio on the rib using advice from here, so it can be done easily if you have the correct sequence of buttons to press. Worked fine, thanx guys. Only problem after that was that the backlight died a day later and I cant get that back. New radio methinks.

We also reset the mmsi on a boat we were delivering from Ireland by sea. When we looked at the radio menu on the pre trip checks the prev owner had set the mmsi at 123456789, no doubt to get the digital bits of the unlicensed set working. A fone call to the manufacturers resulted in the stock advice that we had to send it back. When we told him our situation and the journey we had to do he gave us the sequence to use to clear it...along with the request not to tell anyone. Hence no manufacturer name on this bit.
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Old 26 January 2014, 09:25   #8
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I need to remove the number as I replaced the set with a 200i and I want to sell the 100i
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Old 26 January 2014, 09:37   #9
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Can you remember this magic and private sequence? ;-)

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varies with manufacturer. The navman one was on here in the last 6 months or so.
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