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Old 08 February 2006, 18:18   #1
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Navman 7100 - How do I Re Enter MMSI ?

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Does anyone know how I re enter an mmsi number in to Navman 7100???

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Old 09 February 2006, 09:48   #2
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Does anyone know how I re enter an mmsi number in to Navman 7100???
stepp wan: rap itt upp inn browen payper

stepp too: taik itt too de powst offis. doo not scrach yorr bollix orr pikk yorr noze wile waytin inn de kew

stepp threee: powst itt bakk too navvman

stepp forr: wayt fkin ayges forr itt too bee sent bakk

stepp fyve: reeprowgram itt wiv de noo nummber.

inn uvver werds yorr fukt.

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or you could try and find a local dealer who has the abilty to re-programme the unit.

We try to ensure that our bigger dealers have this ability.

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I asked this at the boat show and they told me it was a simple matter of holding down 2 of the buttons ,the only problem is i cant remember which 2 !
Not much use but if you can get hold of Paul at Navman he should tell you . I cant give yopu the number as I have lost ALL my data due to a virus/hard drive failure and No I did not have a back up!!!!!!
I have a new hard drive instaled and0 still having problems with the virus from some of the old data so please back up everything you have and dont trust/rely on your anti virus to protect you . It has disabled Panda and attacked all my data files .
If you search NAVMAN posts I have listed Pauls phone number there somewhere .
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I think u press and hold ENTER and CLEAR together
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What is the perceived problem with being able to re-enter an MMSI? To be prevented just seems dopey to me.
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What is the perceived problem with being able to re-enter an MMSI? To be prevented just seems dopey to me.
if any old bod can change the MMSI number on a DSC, think of the abuse that could occur.

Senario.

You annoy one of the local yachties but, lets say allegedly speeding,
he get's drunk in the club bar,
decides on revenge by putting your MMSI number into his DSC, then pressing the distress button!

Who gets all the aggrovation from coastguard? You or Him??

I hope you can not reprogram 7100 MMSI number by just a couple of keystrokes.
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Hi Kev

Would have to agree with that and am sure the RNLI, MCA and RYA would agree to.

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Sensible answsers at last.

Ill let you know how i get on.

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Jono,

Can you keep us updated on this as I have a 7100 and will be selling it later this year.

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