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Leatherneck33

“Surf high speed” alert

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Leatherneck33

The last 2 outing I have had this alert go off while we were not surfing and the surf gates were not deployed. Any ideas? I looked through the manual and don’t see this alert. 

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Choiceind

I got it too once. It was during break in period with less 10 hours, now at 26 hours havent had it since. Nothing was deployed at the time. 

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granddaddy55

Is the surf switch set to on to a particular side?

if you dint have cruise set for surf you might just be accelerating through the deployment action exceeding the the warning speeds faster than it could deploy

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Cboom12

My a24 did this to me the other day, it had like 2 hrs on it at the time. 

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Leatherneck33

The first time it happened my daughter was wakeboarding at 17 mph and it was 3-4 minutes into her set.  Last night we were headed back to the ramp, bags empty, PW2 stowed and travelling at 17 mph (picture above) and had been on plane for a few minutes.

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st22eve

Its happened to me a few times also. Last time out I actually got a SG Error in the screen but it wasn't beeping and no exclamation point or triangle.

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PNWJD

Does anyone have an answer to resolve this? Everyone is staring they had it but no one is stating how they fixed. Why is the cruise not functioning properly at the set speed? It keeps just to 16 mph then coming back down to 11 and then it beeps. It’s never gone past the speed then back down to the speed before engaging the cruise. 

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air06

Mine does this occasionally, especially after crossing a wake while jsut cruising around.   Slowing down to a surf speed clears it and then I just speed back up.  I'm assuming the water jars the gate and maybe a sensor thinks that the gate is deployed.  Just a minor annoyance and nothing that I have worried to much about.  Only done it maybe 3 times in 150hrs.  '19 T22

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agarabaghi

check the battery in your surf band. or just replace it for the hell of it. 

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MakeNWaves

Have had it happen on my A24 about 3-5 times the last couple years.  Alarming (see how I did that) at first, just slowed down and it went away, never to be heard from again until the next time.

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Texan32

Mine did this for the first time this past Sunday morning.  I thought i forgot the GoPro on the truck bed cover.  Tanks were already full, stowed the wedge and gates were not activated (i was actually wake boarding just before that).  We jetted across the lake and when i got over 25mph the alarm went off (twice). Each time, i had to throttle all the way down to neutral for the alarm to go away. 

Monday, while doing some wind storm equipment recovery, i got the boat up to 35mph with no problem. 

The only difference....the surf band was not on the boat on Monday.  @agarabaghi might be onto something with the surf band battery.  Its very possible that a low battery is glitching the band and it could be attempting to send a surf right/left command. 

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