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#12767879 - 05/24/18 09:49 AM lowerance Xi5 (brand new) issues... STUMMPED
TXHC Offline
Angler

Registered: 09/21/09
Posts: 441
Loc: Little elm
I have a new (maybe 5 hrs on it) Lowerance Xi5 110 thrust 36v set up. It's powered by 3 brand new marine deep cycle batteries and they are jumped off correctly. It work for 2 trips out perfectly and the anchor option is awesome. I went out last week and all of a sudden the battery was reading "red" and it wouldn't work correctly so I got back to the slip and put a good charge on them. I went out yesterday and the motor was reading red still and it wasn't working correctly. I took my boat out of te water and to autozone to see if the batteries were ok and I didn't get a bad one. Load tested them and they tested 89,97 and 89. All the wiring looked to still be good.


I am stumpped, does anybody have any idea of what it could be or what else I could check to get my setup back to %100 working order? TYIA for any inout and help. GOOD FISHING and TIGHT LINES.
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#12770025 - 05/25/18 09:00 PM Re: lowerance Xi5 (brand new) issues... STUMMPED [Re: TXHC]
Txmedic033 Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 08/13/13
Posts: 4659
Loc: Longview, Tx
I would double check the wiring. I had a similar issue and there was a weak spot in my wires where it wired to the plug. Check every single inch of the wires and check your voltage at the plug if you have one.

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#12770051 - 05/25/18 09:27 PM Re: lowerance Xi5 (brand new) issues... STUMMPED [Re: TXHC]
ETxRT Offline
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Registered: 07/01/10
Posts: 325
Loc: E TX
Double check to make sure the screws to the plugs to the boat and from the batteries are tight all the way around. A loose screw can cause a low voltage reading and may cause it. And like medic said check the voltage at the plug. Sounds like there may be a loose connection somewhere

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