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Old 05-10-2012
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Re: Seatalk help needed badly

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Originally Posted by old-sailer View Post
I guess I did... one crappy miss-manufactured plug was the problem. I was able to get that reworked myself and I heard beep, beep everywhere as they all turned on. I was so relieved.
From Raymarine?!? Surely not..

All things considered, Seatalk Original is pretty good at what it does and, now that you've got it going, you shouldn't have any further issues. I notice they don't use the old 4-pin flat-pack connectors on the new flavours... for several reasons.
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