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need some help. my unit just flashes status. it will not allow me to go to the pages. the sonar does not come either. anyone help please

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Try a soft reset first.

From Hanson C @ P.

"Soft Reset.

With the unit turned off, push & hold the 'Pages' button in. Then push & hold the 'Power' button in. When the unit starts up and the map of the USA appears, release both buttons. Worked like a charm!

You won't lose waypoints, tracks, etc with this kind of reset."

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thanks i'll try it today. i'll let you know.

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I had to do a soft reset today also. Problem solved. Love when it is a minor deal and not a big one.

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Just wanted to say thank you. It worked great. laugh.gif

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Happened to me to about a month ago. Was in a panic for a short while. Good to hear you got it figured out!

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