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Dhenry

lowrance lms 332c problem

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I woke up this morning and my LMS 332C had turned itself on and was beeping continuously. I turned it off and a couple of minutes later it did the same thing. I unplugged it from the power source. Any suggestions or ideas what I should do or what's wrong with it?

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Have you tried it since you have removed the power? If it still powers itself on you might want to give Lowrance a call.

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I had a similiar problem with one of my 332s, it was still under warranty. I sent it to Lowrance and they replaced it with a different unit, different serial number. Not sure if this helps but good luck.

If you're still under warranty you can do an on-line return authorization on Lowrance's site, that will save you some time vs. dealing with their customer service.

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D, I have a 332 in the rear trolling station and haven't had any problems, but it sounds like it could be a stuck power on/off button. See if there is any debre making it stick.. Sound like a reset won't help here but it's worth a shot if you do don't forget to save your GPS coords on a blank chip. Good luck.

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It is the keypad, mine started doing it after a day of fishing in heavy rain. Lowrance replaced it with a 520c.

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Wow first good thing i have heard about Eagle/Lowrance since Navaco baught them out last year, they may be catching on.

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Dhenry, got mine back from lorwance it was there problem and it just cost me shipping charges to them. Call them and they give you a RA number for reference. Mine was two years old .I got the same info you were asking about from other posts on this site if you want to do a search and read more about it.

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