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Boss Hogg

LMS 332C Question

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I have a 332C. Each time that I turn it on, the GPS scale is on the 4000 mile map. I then have to keep punching the In button until I get to the scale that I want. Everything is fine then. However, when I power it back up for the next time, 4000 miles again. My H20C stays on the last setting. How can I get the 332C to do the same thing???? Thanks

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I noticed that my 332c is also doing the same thing.

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I've heard that that is a glitch on the new update. If you have the older version 1.6 you won't have the same issue, and also your depthfinder will read in weeds and in shallow water.

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I went back to verison 1.60 because of the issues of 1.8

The shallow water, weed issue is gone but now i have this problem.

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Has anyone else had this issue??

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I have two 332Cs that I have updated with the latest version of the software and I don't have this issue.

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Mine is the old version and works fine.

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