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Ryan_V

Lakemaster chip help

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I just got my lakemaster chip and can't get it to work in my i-finder pro. any ideas???? I'm new to this so any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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Ryan,

Feel free to call me @651-247-6053 and I'll walk you thru it.

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Make sure the Lakemaster chip is installed correctly.... grin.gif

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A slight change in topic but whos selling the lkmster chip cheapest right now?I want to get a second chip for my h2o.Any help would be great...........

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think I got it after a little messing around. Mine came from Scheels at $89. thought it was pretty good. most I saw were $99.

Paul...is there anything else I need to do other than install it and turn it on??? I don't want to miss any features that might be available

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Ryan,

Once it is recognizing the chip there's nothing further that you need to do. Plug and play as they say smile.gif

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