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Fishhawk not displaying transducer info

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Good Day, 

You don't know how much you need it until its gone.........

My x400 has stopped displaying down info. The surface temp and speed display fine. The down temp and speed or just dashes with the decimal point showing on both. I have tested the batteries and all are good. I have pulled the nose cover and touched across the two temp sensors....no flashing led at all. No led when in the water either. Was working fine last trip out. 

 

Anyone have any thoughts? 

 

Thanks, Dave

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Check the battery harness. Maybe a wire that broke off from solder. If not it might be a wire internal to the unit. Reach out to them, they have great service.


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Thanks Frogger...I did give the harness a good look but will check again. Looks like their service is only weekdays. Will call them Monday AM. 

 

Dave

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Just had same problem on my x4d, mine was the wiring harness also, Fishhawk service was great, had me a new one in 3 days.

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Watching. My x4d worked for 30 seconds then stopped also just reads surface temp. Probe read fine on a friends x4

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just got my new battery pack and wiring replacement. The wiring harness was the issue. I guess the constant pulling off of the 3 prong connector each trip is not a very good idea. I think I will just unscrew the plastic head and allow air in and not take the wires off for now on.

 

Dave

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The battery harness certainly is quite delicate

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I'm not sure if the directions say to unscrew the cap each time but I would and am scared that you may wear out the o ring. All I do is take the bumper off every time. Good luck,    Matt

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