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Helix 10 depth incorrect #13806682 12/15/20 12:44 PM
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Any Ideas as to why this would happen?
On Aquilla last weekend in 6 ft helix showed 1.8 ft then went to 62 ft then back to 1.8 ft and so on......

Re: Helix 10 depth incorrect [Re: secjcc] #13806749 12/15/20 01:40 PM
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Transducer most likely, transom or shoot thru transducer?

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My Helix 9 did the same thing. My transducer is on the trolling motor and I had to replace the transducer.

Re: Helix 10 depth incorrect [Re: secjcc] #13814056 12/21/20 11:23 AM
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yep, ducer is shot. happened twice on my 898s and is one reason I went to garmin this time.


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Re: Helix 10 depth incorrect [Re: secjcc] #13819099 12/25/20 09:08 AM
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What gen and firmware?
My gen 2 was off until I updated to the latest FW... It read 6ft everywhere, then would jump to 90 ft and back

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