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Question Message No Pilot on Raymarine s3 and head 6002

Hi,
My S1 cc was again dead with a sea talk fail message and .4V on the yellow wire. S1 and 6002 alone. I know Raymarine will not even look at it.
I found a used S3 on ebay. Now I get a No pilot message. S3 and 6002 alone.
But the voltage is between 7.5 and 10.8 on the yellow wire.
Would someone know about this message.
Checked all connections. Powered of and on.
Thanks
Michel
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Re: Message No Pilot on Raymarine s3 and head 6002

The "no Pilot" is telling you than the S3 and control head are not talking. You should see about 10.5V at the ST terminal on the CC and it should vary by about 0.5 V.
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Re: Message No Pilot on Raymarine s3 and head 6002

Thank you Dan. Very helpfull.
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