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just wondering if any body else has this problem? my h20 is having problems keeping a fix even when i am outside.is there something to do to fix this problem

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anyway i hold it it goes in and out. my buddy has the same one and he doesnt have any problems with his when we walk side by side.

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The other day my Brother in law also said he had trouble with his aqquireing his position right away. It took some time and then it came up?

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jighead,

The way I see it, there is really only 2 possibilities.

1. You may have the "require WAAS" option checked in the GPS Setup Menu. Uncheck this and see if this helps.

2. You got a lemon, in which case I would call Lowrance and see if you can send it in. If you have you receipt, you may be able to return it, depending on where you bought it. I work at Gander Mountain and we would typically take it back if it was under 30 days. But you would need the receipt.

I can't think of anything else off the top of my head.

Good Luck

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If you last used your GPS in say Duluth and then you tried to use it in say Minneapolis it will take much longer for the GPS to aquire then if you restart it a mile or so away from where you last turned it off. Three years ago I could not get a GPS signal for three days only to find out that the Government shut all the satillites down because of high solar activitiy. That is the reason H2O has its disclaimer when you turn it on that you should have a back up plan in case it dont work.

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Problem fixed. What I did was pulled the spring by the fuse,and haven't had any disconnects since. I have learn more on this web site than the manual. Thanks everyone...

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