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    If I hit the back to default button will I lose my saved waypoints, gps cords saved and tracks?

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    I don't think you will. I never had that happen to me.
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    Thanks Ron.
    I'm going to move my transducer and see if that helps with the interference I'm getting. If not then I'm going back to factory default settings and start over.
    I just don't want to lose anything that's been saved.
    I'll let ya know what I come up with.

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    Just make sure they are saved to a chip instead of the finder
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    My lowrance has a soft and hard reset button. When resetting the whole unit back to factory (hard reset) you will loose everything. When I reset my 'bird I didnt loose the waypoints (I dont think).
    Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.
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