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x-19 keeps resetting

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what the heck - turns off then back on about every 3-5 minutes. anyone else? have to send it in or is there a local repair option? not wiring i plug the 15 in the same cables and it works fine all night. sucks cause all my waypoints are on the 19.

any thoughts?

thanks

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My lcx 18 did the same thing this summer. It ended up being a bad electrical connection!

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so i messed around with the units last night. the x-15 works in both boats at all three hookup points. the x-19 resets at all three hookup points. checked the connectors on the back of the unit and they seem fine.

any thoughts?

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Did you try the Lorance Web sight for ideas?

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I had the same thing with the Eagle Ultra Classic that came on a used boat I bought this summer. I e-mailed Lowrance and without doing any diagnostics or hardly any hoop-jumping, they just sent me a Rebate letter that gives me between $75-$400 off of a new unit. They said it was because my unit was too old, they didn't support it anymore.

It hasn't happened for a few weeks now, so I think the previous poster was probably on to something. Do you have a voltmeter? You could hook one up for a few minutes and see if the voltage drops when you put a load on the system. I'm not a mechanic or anything, I've just been trying to figure out the same thing recently.

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mtreno I had a x-15 do that before (the x-15 you have now replaced it) Lowarance sent me out a new one and never really told me why. I called them up and told them what was going on and a new one was sent out. Rumor had it that it is the same problem as a computer crashing, it gets confused and shuts down...like it had to much to drink.

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thanks Jon

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