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Old 07-02-2009, 05:58 PM
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Anyone have this same set up? Please help if you do, I just want to know what are your TAP SETTING on the back of your Furuno. I called Airmar and Furuno and they both give me different answere.
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Originally Posted by Reeltense View Post
Anyone have this same set up? Please help if you do, I just want to know what are your TAP SETTING on the back of your Furuno. I called Airmar and Furuno and they both give me different answere.
I have the FCV295 and R299 transducer and had the same problem. Furuno did not have the R299 listed in the book. I called Furuno and used their information, not Airmars. Works great.
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Thank you I will do that
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I need the same information of reeltense. I have fcv 1100 with m260. I need to know where to find the information to connect the back jumper tap settings.
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Hi Reeltense, I would be interested to know how you went with this and what sort of performance you get with the m260? I am looking at getting the tm260, but don't know if i,d get better performance out of single 50 and single 200, also did you get an adapter for the twin plug setup or did you just separate the wires into the two plugs.
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