6NAVMAN FISH 4200 Installation and Operation Manual
Power and transducer connection
The FISH 4200 has two sockets located on the rear of
the unit. The power cable has a black 8 pin LT
connector plug. Push this plug into the lower socket,
which has a black nut and is located on the rear of the
display unit, then turn the collar to lock. Make sure
that the collar is secure for a watertight connection.
The transducer cable has a blue 8 pin LT connector
plug. Push this plug into the upper socket, which has
a blue nut and is located on the rear of the display
unit, then turn the collar to lock. Make sure that the
collar is secure for a watertight connection.
If the transducer is not connected, the message “NO
TRANSDUCER DETECTED. ENTER SIMULATION
MODE?” will appear. Press to switch between YES
or NO. (More information on the simulation mode can
be found in the following section). Press to
confirm the selection and the startup sequence will
continue. (Note: If the transducer was not intentionally
disconnected, turn the display unit off and refer to the
section on Troubleshooting in Appendix B.)
Names of keys:
+ gain key
- gain key
Definition of Press and Hold in this manual:
·Press means to push the key for less than one
·Hold means to push and hold the key down for
more than one second.
To turn the fishfinder on press .
Note: if the unit is wired for Auto Power (see section
5-4) the fishfinder will turn on automatically when
the boat's ignition is turned on.
A title screen briefly appears which displays basic
product information, including the software version.
The FISH 4200 then automatically displays the
screen that was last used.
To turn the fishfinder off, hold . A countdown box
appears. Continue to hold for three seconds until
the fishfinder turns off.
Note: if the unit is wired for Auto Power (see
section 5-4) the fishfinder can only be turned off
when the boat’s ignition is turned off.
To check which language is currently selected,
press to display the MAIN MENU.
Follow these steps to change the language:
1. Power off the unit.
2. While the unit is off, hold down the key.
3. Keep holding down the key and power
on the unit.
4. The screen displays a list of languages.
Press the Cursor or key to highlight a
language, then press the Cursor key to
select it. The fishfinder will continue the
For further information, see section 4-8.
Use the button to adjust the backlighting to suit
Press once, at any time, to see the backlight
bar. This is displayed at the bottom of the screen
and shows the current setting.
Press repeatedly until the desired backlighting
level is achieved. The backlight bar will disappear
2 seconds after the last press.
With an optional fuel kit the FISH 4200 becomes a
sophisticated yet easy to use fuel computer.
2 Getting started