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Old 22 December 2008, 09:05   #11
Country: Sweden
Town: Stockholm
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Join Date: Dec 2008
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The on/off funktion is now solved. My dealer mailed me the answer that some Comar CSB200 use another way to disable the transmitter, he didn´t know why.. The info in mail was that the green wire is only an internal - (ground) så the blue wire has to be connected to the negativ ground wire instead. I did that and of course it did not work... Then I connected the green one to - (ground) wire and it worked. Så now my only problem is how to disable the vdo messeage from the transponder to the plotter so my own boat will not be seen on the screen as a dangerous, to near boat. I can not find how to do that in the set up program and it is not possible to do it in the plotter (Navman 5507) either.. All info will be helpfull....

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