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marwosz 02-19-2013 11:12 AM

Hummingbird 997c SI
I'm new here. My name is Marek and I'm from Poland.
Firstable sorry for my bad language.
I need some help with this 'stylet' (not sure how to translate this Hummingbird 997c SI). And I'm not sure did I choose good division I made this topic. If someone can please transfer it anywhere it will be good.

I have 7,5m boat maked from laminate.
I search in Poland internet, but nobody knows about it to much.
I bought this Hummingbird 997c SI in USA.

I don't know how to connect and put this all Transducers. I made pictures.
Maybe someone of you have instruction how it's should work.

I will appreciate it all kinds of help. I hope you guys will understand my problem.

Greetings from Poland!

Hardyreels 02-19-2013 11:20 AM

Re: Hummingbird 997c SI
Hello Marek,

I don't know anything about these devices but I have moved your thread to the Lodge Den to see if we have any members who have experience with them.

We are a fly fishing forum but there may be people who could help you. If you are a fly fisherman any questions regarding fly fishing will be answered but this.......I don't know.


marwosz 02-19-2013 11:25 AM

Re: Hummingbird 997c SI
I have to try.
Anyway thanks for moved this topic.
I hope someone can help.


brookfieldangler 02-19-2013 11:28 AM

Re: Hummingbird 997c SI
Here is a link to the instruction manual for that unit

marwosz 03-17-2013 12:42 PM

Re: Hummingbird 997c SI
Hello again.

Sorry for not earlier respond. I was reading this instruction. It was very helpful, thanks alot!

I have one more question about that, if anyone know.

I need to put transducer on boat. I have two this transducers.
Can I put one on prow and one on back board?

Thanks again for help,
Greetings from Poland.

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