This message appears if Self-Test has passed. The display indicates that the external GPS
did not update its coordinates during Self-Test.
NOTE: If external GPS data cannot be acquired, typically due to the external GPS not
having achieved a good fix, it does not affect the pass status of Self-Test. Self-Test requires
GPS engine readiness but does not require that the GPS obtain coordinates.
If one of the six tests fails, the system advises you that Self-Test has failed.
This message appears if Self-Test failed. The system advises you to refer to this Product
Support Manual (User Book) for information on what to do and who to contact.
This message appears if Self-Test failed. The system advises you to seek service from an
authorized Service Center. Not only should the beacon be fixed immediately, it also should
not be placed into service until the problem is addressed.
NOTE: "SEEK FIX NOW" has the same meaning as "FIX NOW"
This message appears if Self-Test has passed, but the battery is low. Take the beacon to an
authorized Service Center for a battery replacement.
NOTES regarding Self-Test logic:
When one of the tests fail, the system bypasses the remaining
tests and goes to SELF-TEST FAIL
The only exception to #1 is that if the battery fails, the other tests
are still performed. The system will tell the user if there are other system
failures by flashing SELF-TEST FAIL. If there are no failures other than
battery life, the system flashes SELF-TEST PASS, then BATT LOW.
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