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Raymarine ST60 Tridata: service manual?

My Raymarine ST60 Tridata display module is faulty. It works fine as a display, but the SeaTalk output is dead. If I plug it into the SeaTalk bus, it kills the data on the bus.

I've had a play around, and have found a possible fault, but it would really help to have a service manual, or circuit diagram and component layout.

Anyone got one?
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Here is the manual.
But I doubt you are going to find a detailed schematic there, which is proably what you need.
Raymarine has a very good repair department and you willl find the repair cost on their site as well.
BTW, User manuals for a lot of thier stuff can be found right at raymarine.com

http://raymarine.com/SubmittedFiles/...81040_4www.pdf
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Here is the manual.
Thanks, but that is the Owner's Handbook.

I want the Service Manual, for getting down and dirty with a oscilloscope. Raymarine said it would cost over £200 ($400) to fix it. If the fault is cured by what I have found, it will cost less than 25 cents.
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Is there a service manual available?
I would bet that raymarine keeps them pretty close to the vest.
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My Raymarine ST60 Tridata display module is faulty. It works fine as a display, but the SeaTalk output is dead. If I plug it into the SeaTalk bus, it kills the data on the bus.

I've had a play around, and have found a possible fault, but it would really help to have a service manual, or circuit diagram and component layout.

Anyone got one?
Are you using the Seatalk cable without the yellow wire attached. It's a recieve only unit and doesn't output messages. Thus, the yellow wire must be terminated (and most of the repeaters (which is all the tridata is), come with them (the cables) already done that way).

So your Seatalk output isn't dead - its just that its not supposed to output Seatalk.
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So your Seatalk output isn't dead - its just that its not supposed to output Seatalk.
Errr...

Yes it is - and yes it is.

Raymarine don't publish the service manuals outside their dealer network, so if anyone has got access to one I've got beer tokens at the ready.
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