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H20 Differences?

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I purchased an H20C this summer with the lakemaster chip and my dad purchased one at the ice fishing show this year. As I was sitting next to him showing him how to run the thing, I noticed that on his find menu display, he had a category titled hunting on his. Everything else on the page was similar, but I was wondering if for some reason our two H20's could be a little different. He didn't purchase the '07 chip. I am a little stumped. It was a real nice feature on his.

Any thoughts?

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check your software version he may have an updated version.

You sure he doesn't have a different unit, Hunt, Expedition?

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He has the exact same H20C as I do. He bought one after I showed hiw nice of a unit it was. That's why I'm stumped. I'll have to look at the chip, but I know he didn't get the new one. How many different Minnesota lakemaster chips are there?

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It's not the chip.....check the software versions of each unit you may have an update available for yours.

I'd run the seafoam it won't hurt, you may have a plugged main jet.

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Thanks Pier!

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