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Enginejet

GPS daylight savings adjustment

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I have a H2O GPS and noticed that the time never adjusted to daylight savings time. I have the system set up to update the time with the satellite but it's off by one hour when it acquires position.

Anybody else seeing the same thing on GPS units?

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Happens with our magellan as well. I've just gone in and changed it manually.

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Mine is off an hour too. No biggie. Who cares what time it is when you're fishing? grin.gif

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You're right there T.O., I don't where a watch and usually could care less. Just got to looking at the time feature with all the media uproar about the time change.

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I know garmin had an update to correct this. It had to do with the change in when daylight savings took place. Maybe Lowrance issued an update also.

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