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lowrance lcx 17 and navigonic chip???

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just bought the lcx17 and premier chip, how do I get the maps to show up ? I dixk around with it for an hour last night and can't figure it out.

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does anyone know how to get the maps up from the data source or if it matters if the chip is in slot a or b?

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From page 154 in the X17 manual:

To display a Navionics chart:

1. Install the Navionics MMC in the memory card compartment and

turn on the unit.

2. From the Map Page, press MENU; to MAP DATA; to NAVIONICS

MAP CHOICE. Use up or down arrows to select the Map Name, then press

ENT|EXIT|EXIT.

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