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GPS position is wrong
10-24-17, 02:42 PM
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RE: GPS position is wrong
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Ray,

Unfortunately, the equipment which you have listed is no longer supported. That said, I suspect that the problem is more likely rooted in the GPS than in the VHF radio. One may verify whether this is the case by interfacing a device capable of inspecting the NMEA 0183 transmissions to the VHF radio. You may want to alternatively contact a Certified Raymarine Installer to perform the fault isolation and provide a solution.

Raymarine no longer manufactures GPS sensors which are capable of being interfaced to the specified products. It was recommended that JRC's 112 (discontinued) or 212 ( ) exclusively be used as a replacement GPS sensor. Should the 212 no longer be offered, then it is recommended that JRC be contacted as we have received customer feedback that the latest version of the 224 (Part No. JLR-4341) may be use in place of a JRC 112 or 212 GPS Sensor.
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GPS position is wrong - Ray Kowerchuk - 10-22-17, 02:27 AM
RE: GPS position is wrong - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 10-24-17 02:42 PM

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