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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-22-2008, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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Lawrence 7200 question

Quick question, the power cable has the red the black for the main power on the back of the unit. Then it has 2 more loomes, with colored wires coming off in all the instructions it says something about nmea modules and what not. Dont all you need to do is have the power cables ran with a 3amp fuse in line for the display, and the network cable ran to the Satalite reciever? all the other cables are for marine applications correct?
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You are correct... Just hook up the Positive and Black with a Fuse and a switch and you are good to go. The rest of the cables are for DATA etc... Network cable ties into the Antenna.

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ok got it wired, since the ciggwrete lighter wasn't being used we ran the gps off of those wires as well as the fuel gauge.

Problem- the gps booted up just fine, then started flickering randomly( not on and off but the brightness) anyone ever have this problem?

Also the maroon network cable going from the lil white satalite dish to the unit doesn't plug directly into the back of the display unit both ends are male, so we ram it through the stupid lil 4 way splitter and it's saying the dish isn't connected any advice do they make a cable that goes directly from the dish to the display?
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Please check you battery voltage and did you cut off the cig adapter or just taped those wires?

The Antena dos need the extension cable as it has the correct plugs... If you have to jam something in its not a good sign.

Feel free to call me if you need more help.
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