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Removing in-dash VHF radio

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I have a factory installed Raymarine in dash VHF 49 on a 2009 290 that is transmitting but not receiving. Connections at the atenna have been checked. I want to access the back of the radio to check connections and/or replace the radio. I noticed the dash has two components upper and lower. What is the best way to access/remove the VHF?

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Hi Sophie,

 

The easiest wy to access the VHF is to remove the upper instrument panel(#3 in the attached photo). Remove the screws, lay the panel back (on a towel or cloth) and then you can access the nuts on the back of the VHF. When replacing the upper instrument panel be careful not to over tighten the screws as you might crack the panel. Also, do not burr the screws as that can cause corrosion/rusting to occur.

 

If you need to locate your nearest RayMarine dealer you can do so at www.raymarine.com.

 

I hope this helps!

290CR dash w-VHF.doc

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