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Old 31-12-2017, 09:16   #1
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Raymarine technician

My Raymarine C90W chartplotter has gone black. I need some technical help. Can anyone please recommend a marine electrician that can service Raymarine equipment. My boat is at Boca Chica, Chiriqui Province, Republic of Panama. Thanks very kindly.

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Old 31-12-2017, 22:39   #3
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Or Protecsa in Panama City. Sometimes they, or their techs on the side, sell used gear too.
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Google raymarine c90 problems. There was a problem with a plug becoming loose internally. Sometimes pushing on bottom of unit fixes it. I took my cover off and retightened the small screws holding the screen. Thats what fixed mine.
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Make sure you have not accidentally turned on night mode
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Old 02-01-2018, 14:05   #6
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Look for repairs on the internet. I had a friends Raymarine chartplotter go black somewhere in Italy. We followed the instructions found on the internet for taking it apart, cleaned all the contact areas and put it back together. Everthing works like a charm since then, 3 years ago. Contact oxidation seems to be a known problem, just try it, nothing to loose it is winter you have all the time. We were moored when we did it in one afternoon and with some rosť wine.

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