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Standar Horizon Equipment

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I just bought a boat that have installed an equipment that I don't know what it is. It just has wrote in the equipment "standard horizon std21". And its not working

I think its something like a gps, but I'm not sure.

I tried to find manuals in standard horizon's website, but I didnt find. Mr. Google didn't helped me either...

can anyone help me?
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Welcome aboard...

does it look like this:
eBay Motors: STD21 Standard Horizon Data Control System (item 370029997459 end time Mar-16-08 19:30:36 PDT)

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The link doesn't work.
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Yes man! thats it!

its not a gps as i thought...

I'll try to send an email to standard horizon requesting the user's manual...

or if anyone has it, can send me by email..

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The link doesn't work.
It worked fine here...
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Notice that the $49 price did not draw even 1 bid. This is rather obsolete butt may still be hooked up to working depth/speed and wind sensors. If it ain't working...it ain't worth fixing.
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The item number is: 370029997459 if the link didn't work

Right on with camaraderie again, it LOOKS old but if you can get a manual that would be good just for the heck of it. As the eBay ad says they couldn't test it because they didn't have any sending units. I wonder what yours is connected to, maybe follow the wires and find out what you have.

Is it connected to power?
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