Assuming that you have a separate GPS antenna and the RL80C hsb2 Display gets its GPS information over a seatalk network, the problem is most likely with the GPS antenna. The most likely solution is to replace the antenna.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I have seen these antennas last 6 to 7 years and in some cases longer. They tend to fail with no warning and usually when you need them the most.
If your Raymarine instrument(s) receive GPS info via a NMEA connection and the host GPS instrument is getting a GPS fix, you need to check all wiring connections and be very suspicious of any NMEA multiplexer.
s/v BeBe SM2, #387
--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Paul" <aebersoldp@...> wrote:
Since a few days I do not receive a fix on my Fishfinder RL80C. Does anybody have an idea, what the reason could be?
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