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Old 01-30-2018, 12:58 PM   #1
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RayMarine iTC-5 transducer converter failure

Anyone ever have a RayMarine iTC-5 transducer converter failure?

If so, how did you diagnosis that it was the iTC-5 that failed and not one of the transponders?

Can you bench test an iTC-5?

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I've found Raymarine's tech support folks to be very knowledgeable. I'd suggest giving them a call or going to their website at Raymarine forum.
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Yes, I've tried there website prior to this posting and there's nada on the 1TC-5.
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Not their general website -- call their tech support folks or post on their tech support forums (link above). I'd be amazed if you can't get an accurate answer to your question.
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