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Lowrance depth finder ???

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I have a Lowrance LCG-2400, and it decided to quiet working this past weekend, my problim is when I push the (pwr) on button it turns on and shuts off immedietly. any helpfull ideas would be greatly appreciative. thanks ricbak

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I used to have a similar problem on an older Lowrance locator. My problem was due to a bad connection. Check your wires and the fuse link on the hot wire to be sure theres no corosion causing a weak connection. I eventually had to replace my fuse link and that took care of the problem.

Not saying this is yours, but it sounds like you have the smae thing going on.

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I too have had this problem with a depthfinder as well as a GPS. Like Dave, I found that I had issues with the power cable on one and the fuse link on the other. A good cleaning took care of both. Good luck!

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I also have had this problem, check the main power switch connections, this can cause the unit to cycle on and off.

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thanks for the reply's, after a little cleaning with emery cloth and replacing one cable end my depth finder is up and running again. thanks ricbak

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