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       Distributed by Any reference to Raytheon orRTN in this manual should be  interpreted as RaymarineThe names Raytheon and RTN       are owned by the     Raytheon CompanyST3000 Wheel Pilot Quick Reference GuideBasic operation                                                         Auto mode     Entering Auto mode Engaging the autopilot                                  Making course changes                                                                                               1                                                                Course                                                                 changes                       or                                                                                                                    Course                                                                                                                    changes to                                                                 to port                                            starboard                                                                                              10   Returning to Standby Disengaging the autopilot                                                                     Returning to previous locked heading                                                                 1 sec              then            again to accept heading                        Track mode                                                   Wind Vane mode  Entering Track mode from Auto or Wind Vane mode                              Entering Wind Vane mode        and                       to enter Track mode                                                                           and                                                                 Press STANDBY or AUTO to exit Wind Vane mode                           and                                                           Using AutoTack          then                          to accept new heading                                                                AutoTack                                             AutoTack to                                                                to port           and                    and         starboard  Press STANDBY or                                              100                                               100     AUTO to exit                                                    Autopilot displays              Switching lighting onoff                                    Switching AutoSeastate onoff               from Standby mode only                                    from AutoTrackWind Vane modes                            and                                                                and              Press                       to                                     Press                         to                      switch between                                                    switch between                                           ON                                                                       ON                                           OFF                                                                      OFF       Wait 10 sec to return to previous mode                                                                              D56591ST3000 Wheel Pilot Quick Reference GuideCompass calibration  1 Enter compass calibration                                                                                         Start turning boat                                                                                             see 2 below                        1 sec  2 Turn boat in slow circles     Turn the boat in slow circles so      boats speed stays below 2 knots      each circle takes at least 3 minutes  3 Autopilot displays amount of deviation detected     Keep turning the boat until the display alternates between                                   autopilot heading                                   deviation detected  4 Align the autopilot heading    Adjust the autopilot heading to match the boats steering compass                                                                                                        Steering    Autopilot heading                                              Autopilot heading                    compass                                          or                                          or                                                                                                                   Known                                                                                                                   heading  5 Save changes                           To                                                   To                            save deviation correction                            quit compass calibration                            save heading alignment                                without saving           1 sec            return to STANDBY mode                                                                                                                         D56601Document number 860052 use with handbook 81194Date June 2001

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