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Garmin Side Image Help #13565476 05/20/20 09:41 PM
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I have Garmin 93SV Plus with side image, the unit seem find last year but this year, the left side of the center line seems to have more noise. Unit is on it's own battery along with Garmin 1042 unit. Noise continues with big motor off, trolling motor off. I raise the big motor also. Hopefully you can see the attached picture. Any ideas? My only thought is that the power for the unit is causing the noise, but why only on one side of the center line.

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Re: Garmin Side Image Help [Re: Redbeard] #13566878 05/21/20 11:40 PM
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Have you called Garmin and talk to their technical support? Since you have a picture they will probably be able help you. It is strange that you had no issues with it last year.

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Re: Garmin Side Image Help [Re: Redbeard] #13566953 05/22/20 01:00 AM
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maybe tilted either left or right,...did you bump something...

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There is a guide that does a lot of Garmin videos. His sight is Fish the Moment. He says if you are having a particular issue you can contact him and he will try to help. Might be worth a shot, plus a couple of his tutorial videos are pretty informative.

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