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[. . . ] C o m TRACKER 5500i TRACKER 5100 NAVMAN FCC Statement Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a normal installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. [. . . ] Otherwise, select the waypoint to insert the new waypoint in front of. As waypoints are inserted, the distance and bearing of each leg is shown automatically. If the route has more waypoints than will fit on the display, press or to see them. 5 To remove a waypoint from the route: i Select the waypoint to remove. 2 The selected route is displayed on the chart, with a circle around the first waypoint. 3 Edit the route as described in section 10-2-1 A, starting at step 4. 2 10-2-4 Deleting a route 1 In the routes display, press or to highlight the route to delete. 2 1 2 10-2-5 Deleting all routes 10-3 Navigating a route 10-3-1 Starting a route To start the boat navigating along a route: 1 In the routes display, press or to highlight the route to use. 3 It displays a chart with the route marked and starts navigating from the start of the route. 10-3-2 Skipping a waypoint in a route To skip a waypoint when the boat is navigating along a route: In the chart display, press MENU and select Skip. The TRACKER starts navigating straight towards the next waypoint on the route. Warning: Skipping a waypoint with the autopilot on might result in a sudden course change. 2 10-3-3 Cancelling a route To stop the boat navigating along a route: In the chart display, press MENU and select Cancel route. NAVMAN TRACKER 5100/5100i/5500/5500i Installation and Operation Manual 23 11 User card display A C-MAP™ user card is an optional plug-in card that can store data files (see section 1-2). The user card display has: File list A list of the files on any user card in the TRACKER. Waypts, Routes The number of waypoints and routes currently in the TRACKER. Track 1 to Track 5 The number of points in tracks 1 to 5 currently in the TRACKER. Note: To save TRACKER data onto the user card, use the Save command (see below). Data stored on the user card and shown on the file list is not available to be used by the TRACKER until loaded into the TRACKER with the LOAD command (see below). Saving TRACKER data to the user card This saves all the TRACKER’s waypoints, all the TRACKER’s routes or one of the TRACKER’s tracks to one file on the user card. A routes file: The new routes are added to any existing routes in the TRACKER. A track file: The new track will replace the existing track in the TRACKER. [. . . ] B c Check for air leaks in the fuel hose(s) or fuel pick-up(s) in the tank(s). The Flow Filter has not been set to suit the engine(s) (see section 13-4). 14 No or low fuel flow reading: a Check the fuel cable connectors are securely plugged in and the locking ring is locked in place. To clean a transducer, remove it from the line and gently blow through it in the opposite direction to the fuel flow. [. . . ]


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