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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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shrieking lowrance x-102c

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Hello, My x-102c is acting crazy right now. It will run fine an then start making this annoying sound and power itself on/off. It will turn itself to 'chart stopped', and just bounce from screen to screen without being touched. I run through the menu and turn this feature (stop chart) off, and it runs pretty well. Just when I think that I have the problem licked it will do it again. The starting battery that powers it also runs my lms-334c. This 334 runs fine. I moved the 102c to this power source where the 334 is usually at, and it runs in the same sporadic fashion when powered here. I have sent this unit in to Lowrance. For about $200 they fixed it. It's going south again and am starting to lose patience. The power source doesn't appear to be the problem. It usally says that it's reading 11.9-12.5v. I think that this is a workable range. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks Sam

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I see you are all on the edge of your seats wondering how this has played out. Now my unit will only turn off if I unplug the power chord. I called lowrance, and this very helpful lady is sending me a brand new x520c to replace my x102c that is on the fritz for a 2nd time. I must say I was very surprised and impressed. Go Twins

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My 332 was giving me trouble, I had to send it in 4 times before they up graded me to 520c. Many hours on the phone with them and all fishing season without a finder! This was under warranty.

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