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GPSMAP® 700 Series Installation Instructions
 WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.
 Caution
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, and a dust mask when drilling, cutting, or sanding.
Notice
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite side of the surface to avoid damaging your boat.
The GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter must be properly installed according to the following instructions. You need the appropriate fasteners,
tools, and mounts listed in each section. These items are available at most marine dealers.
Contact Garmin® Product Support if you have any questions while installing your GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter. In the USA, go to www.
garmin.com/support, or contact Garmin USA by phone at (913) 397.8200 or (800) 800.1020. In the UK, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. by phone
at 0808 2380000. In Europe, go to www.garmin.com/support and click Contact Support for in-country support information, or contact Garmin
(Europe) Ltd. by phone at +44 (0) 870.8501241.
Before installing your GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter, confirm that the package contains the items listed on the box. If any parts are missing,
contact your Garmin dealer immediately.
Product Registration
Help us better support you by completing our online registration today. Go to http://my.garmin.com. Keep the original sales receipt, or a
photocopy, in a safe place.
For future reference, write the serial number assigned to your GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter in the space provided. The serial number is
located on a sticker on the back of the device.
Chartplotter serial number:
To install the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter, you must:
1. Mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter.
2. Connect the chartplotter to power (page 5).
3. Ensure that the chartplotter software is up-to-date (page 7).
The following additional installation options are not necessary in order to use the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter. They have
been included for your convenience:
• Connecting the chartplotter to a NMEA 2000 network (page 6)
• Connecting the chartplotter to a GA 30 remote GPS antenna (page 6).
• Connecting the chartplotter to a Garmin marine radar (page 6).
• Connecting the chartplotter to other NMEA 0183-compatible devices such as a VHF radio with DSC (page 5).
• Connecting the chartplotter to a sonar transducer (“s” models only) (page 6).
Mounting the Chartplotter
You can mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotters using one of two methods. You can use the included bracket and hardware to bail mount
the chartplotter, or you can use the included template and hardware to flush mount the chartplotter.
Mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter in a location that provides a clear, glare-free view of the display and easy operation of the power
key and the touch screen.
February 2010
Part Number 190-01155-02 Rev. B
Printed in Taiwan
Bail Mounting the Chartplotter
Use the included bracket to bail mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter. You can route cables from under the mounting surface through the
included bail-mount bracket, though it is not necessary. See page 3 for instructions on installing the bail-mount bracket without routing cables
through the bracket.
Hardware (included):
• Bail-mount bracket
• Cable-organization bracket
• Bail-mount template
• Four 35 mm M 4.2 × 1.4 screws (to secure the bail-mount bracket )
• Two 20 mm M 3.5 × 1.3 screws (to secure the cable-organization
bracket)
Tools required (not included):
• Jigsaw
• Drill and drill bits—1 1/4 in. (32 mm), and 1/8 in. (3 mm)
• Number 2 Phillips screwdriver
To install the bail-mount bracket with the cables routed through the bracket:
1. Using the included bail-mount bracket template, determine the best place to install the bracket. Be sure to leave adequate clearance behind
the chartplotter for the wiring.
NOTE: To avoid interference, mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter at least 32 in. (813 mm) from a magnetic compass.
2. The bail-mount bracket template has adhesive on the back. Remove the
GPSMAP
700 series
protective liner and apply the template to the location at which you want to install
chartplotter
the bail-mount bracket.
1
3. Use a 1 /4 in. (32 mm) drill bit to drill the pass-through hole in the center of the
template.
Bail-mount
bracket
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4. Use a use a /8 in. (3 mm) drill bit to drill the six pilot holes marked on the bailmount template.
Note: If you are mounting the chartplotter in fiberglass, it is recommended to use
a countersink bit to drill a clearance-counter bore through only the top gel-coat
layer. This will help to avoid any cracking in the gel-coat layer when the screws
are tightened.
5. Remove the bail-mount bracket template from the mounting surface.
6. Route the cables pertinent to your installation through the hole you drilled in step 3,
from under the mounting surface.
If you plan to use all four cables, route them in the following order to ensure that
Cable-organization
they will all fit correctly:
bracket
• Radar cable
• Power/data wiring cable
• GA 30 GPS antenna cable
Bail-Mounting the GPSMAP 700 Series Chartplotter
• NMEA 2000 cable
NOTE: Do not install the locking ring (page 4) on the power/data or radar cable until after you route it through the mounting surface.
7. Place the cable-organization bracket around the cables and into the 1 1/4 in. (32 mm) hole you drilled in step 3.
8. Use the two included 20 mm M 3.5 × 1.3 screws to secure the cable-organization bracket to the mounting surface.
Note: Stainless-steel screws may bind when screwed into fiberglass and
overtightened. Garmin recommends applying an anti-galling, stainless anti-seize
lubricant to the screw before using.
9. Extend 6–7 in. (152–178 mm) of cable slack through the cable organization bracket, and
secure each cable to the correct clips. Refer to the cable-organization bracket diagram
for the clip assignments.
10.Place the bail-mount bracket over the cable-organization bracket and route the cables
through the back of the bail-mount bracket.
GA 30 GPS antenna cable clip
11.Secure the bail mount to the surface using the four included 35 mm M 4.2 × 1.4 screws.
Power/data cable clip
12.Follow the steps on page 3 to install the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter on the bail
mount bracket. Test the slack-length of the cables routed through the bracket.
Garmin Marine Radar cable clip
13.Make cable slack-length adjustments if necessary. Apply marine sealant (optional).
➊
➋
➌
➍
➊
➋
➌
➍ NMEA 2000 cable clip
Cable-Organization-Bracket Clip Identification
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
To install the bail-mount bracket without the cables routed through the bracket:
1. Using the included bail-mount bracket template, determine the best place to install the bracket. Be sure to leave adequate clearance behind
the chartplotter for the wiring.
NOTE: To avoid interference, mount the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter at least 32 in. (813 mm) from a magnetic compass.
2. The bail-mount bracket template has adhesive on the back. Remove the protective liner and apply the template to the location at which you
want to install the bail-mount bracket.
3. Use a 1/8 in. (3 mm) drill bit to drill the four outer pilot holes marked on the template. Do not drill the two pilot holes marked on the cableorganization bracket.
Note: If you are mounting the chartplotter in fiberglass, it is recommended to use a countersink bit to drill a clearance-counter bore through
only the top gel-coat layer. This will help to avoid any cracking in the gel-coat layer when the screws are tightened.
4. Remove the bail-mount bracket template from the mounting surface.
5. Secure the bail mount to the surface using the four included 35 mm M 4.2 × 1.4 screws.
Note: Stainless-steel screws may bind when screwed into fiberglass and overtightened. Garmin recommends applying an anti-galling,
stainless anti-seize lubricant to the screw before using.
To install the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter on the bail-mount bracket:
1. Loosely attach the mounting knobs to the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter.
2. Slide the chartplotter onto the bail mount, and tighten the mounting knobs.
Flush Mounting the Chartplotter
Hardware (included):
• Flush-mount template
• Four 35 mm M 4.2 × 1.4 screws
Tools required (not included):
• Jigsaw
• Drill and drill bits—3/8 in. (9.5 mm) and 1/8 in. (3 mm)
• Number 2 Phillips screwdriver
• Center punch and hammer
• File and sandpaper
To flush mount a GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter:
1. The flush-mount template is included in the product box. Trim the template and ensure it will fit in the location where you want to flush mount
the chartplotter.
Notes:
• Make sure the surface on which you mount the chartplotter has adequate open space behind it to fit the chartplotter and the connected
cables, and make sure to leave approximately 1/2 in. (13 mm) of space on the right side of the chartplotter to access the SD card door and
sun cover.
• To avoid interference, mount a GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter at least 32 in. (813 mm) from a magnetic compass.
2. The flush-mount template has adhesive on the back. Remove the protective liner and apply the template to the location at which you want to
mount the chartplotter.
3. Using a 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) drill bit, drill a pilot hole inside the corner of the template to begin cutting the mounting surface.
4. Using the jigsaw, cut the mounting surface along the inside of the solid line indicated on the flush-mount template. Use a file and sandpaper
to refine the size of the hole.
5. If the top and bottom mounting covers are attached to the front of the chartplotter, remove them by unsnapping the covers from the sides.
6. Place the chartplotter in the hole, and make sure that the mounting holes on the chartplotter line up with the pilot holes on the flush-mount
template after cutting, sanding, and filing the hole. If they do not line up, mark the locations where the pilot holes need to be.
7. Using the center punch, indent the center of each of the mounting-hole locations.
8. Using a 1/8 in. (3 mm) drill bit, drill the pilot holes.
Note: If you are mounting the chartplotter in fiberglass, it is recommended to use a countersink bit to drill a clearance-counter bore through
only the top gel-coat layer. This will help to avoid any cracking in the gel-coat layer when the screws are tightened.
9. Place the chartplotter into the cutout.
10.Securely tighten the four included 35 mm M 4.2 × 1.4 mounting screws through the chartplotter into the pilot holes.
Note: Stainless-steel screws may bind when screwed into fiberglass and overtightened. Garmin recommends applying an anti-galling,
stainless anti-seize lubricant to the screw before using.
11.Install the top and bottom mounting covers by snapping them into place.
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Installing the Power/Data Cable
The chartplotter comes with a power/data cable that connects the chartplotter to power and to optional
NMEA 0183 devices. If applicable, the power/data cable also connects the chartplotter to a sonar transducer.
The power/data cable does not connect the chartplotter to a NMEA 2000 network. For instructions on
connecting the chartplotter to a NMEA 2000 network, see page 6.
To help make the cable-routing process easier, the locking ring is packaged separately from the cable. If you
install the power/data cable through the bail mount, do not install the locking ring until after all the cables
are routed.
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Installing a locking ring on the cable:
1. Route the cable away from sources of electronic interference so that the cable connector is at the
mounting location of the chartplotter.
2. Separate the two halves of the locking ring.
3. Align the two halves of the locking ring over the cable and snap them together.
4. Insert the O-ring into the end of the connector.
To the GPSMAP 700
series chartplotter
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Installing the Locking Ring
Wire Color
Wire Function
Red
Black
Power (10–32 Vdc)
Ground
(power and NMEA 0183)
Blue
NMEA 0183 port 1 Tx (out)
Brown
NMEA 0183 port 1 Rx (in)
Gray
NMEA 0183 port 2 Tx (out)
Violet
NMEA 0183 port 2 Rx (in)
Green
Spare
White
Spare
Orange
Accessory on
Yellow
Alarm low
To transducer (if applicable)
GPSMAP 700 Series Power/Data Cable
Notes:
• Use an AGC/ 3AG - 3 Amp replacement fuse.
• If it is necessary to extend the power and ground wires, use 16 AWG wire.
• You can wire the cable directly to the battery, or if your boat has an electrical system, you might be able to wire the cable to an unused
holder on the fuse block. If you use the boat fuse block, remove the in-line fuse holder on the power wire of the cable.
• Do not cut the transducer cable, because this voids your warranty.
Notice
The maximum input voltage is 32 Vdc. Do not exceed this voltage because this can damage the chartplotter and void the warranty.
NOTE: If you are not connecting the chartplotter to NMEA 0183 devices, use only the red and black wires. The other wires do not have to be
connected for normal operation of the chartplotter. For information on connecting to a NMEA 0183-compatible device, see page 5.
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Connecting the Power/Data Cable to Power
3A
2A
+
Connecting the Power/Data cable to a NMEA 0183 Device
(Optional)
To 10–32 Vdc boat supply
-
1. Use a test light or a voltmeter to determine the polarity of the voltage source.
3 A fuse
2. Connect the red (+ or positive) wire to the positive voltage terminal. (If you use the
Boat ground
fuse block on the boat, route the positive connection through the fuse, as shown on the
diagram.)
3. Connect the black (- or ground) wire to the negative voltage terminal.
—
4. Install or check the 3 A fuse (in the in-line fuse holder, or on the fuse block of the boat).
+
To device
Fuse Block Example
You can connect the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter to other NMEA 0183-compatible
equipment, such as a DSC or AIS device. Refer to the wiring diagram for connecting the chartplotter to NMEA 0183-compatible devices.
+
Fuse
3A
GPSMAP 700
series
chartplotter
>
>
Wire color
-
Battery
10–32 Vdc
Wire function
Power
Power ground
NMEA Ground
NMEA Rx/A (+) >
Red (power)
Black (ground)
Blue (out)
NMEA 0183-compatible
device
NMEA Tx/A (+) >
Brown (in)
Wiring a GPSMAP 700 Series Chartplotter to a Standard NMEA 0183 Device
To connect the power/data cable to a NMEA 0183 device:
1. For Garmin devices, the ground (black) wires serve as NMEA 0183 ground and must be attached together or on the same terminal as the
NMEA 0183 ground on your NMEA 0183 device. Refer to the wiring diagram of your NMEA 0183 device for wire identification.
2. Connect the blue (NMEA 0183 port 1 out) wire from the GPSMAP 700 power/data cable to the NMEA 0183 in (or Rx/A +) wire from the
NMEA 0183 device, and the brown (NMEA 0183 port 1 in) wire to the NMEA out (or Tx/A +) wire from the NMEA 0183 device.
3. Repeat step 2 using the gray (NMEA 0183 port 2 out) and violet (NMEA 0183 port 2 in) wires for an additional NMEA 0183 device.
4. Set the serial port (or ports) on the chartplotter to use NMEA 0183 data (standard or high-speed). See the GPSMAP 700 Series Owner’s
Manual for more information.
Connecting the Power/Data Cable to a Lamp or to a Horn (Optional)
The GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter can be used with a lamp, a horn, or both, to sound or flash an alert when the chartplotter displays a
message. The alarm does not need to be wired for the chartplotter to function. The alarm circuit switches to a low-voltage state when the alarm
sounds. The maximum current is 100 mA, and a relay is needed to limit the current from the chartplotter to 100 mA. To manually toggle visual
and audible alerts, install single-pole, single-throw switches.
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GPSMAP 700 series
chartplotter
Fuse
3A
Wire
Color
Battery
10–35 Vdc
-
Red (power)
Black (gnd)
Horn
Yellow (alarm)
Relay
100 ma max
coil current
Lamp
Wiring to a Lamp, a Horn, or Both
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Connecting the Chartplotter to a NMEA 2000 Network (Optional)
You can connect the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter to your existing NMEA 2000 network. You will need the appropriate NMEA 2000 cables
and connectors, either to connect the chartplotter to your existing NMEA 2000 network or to build a NMEA 2000 network if you do not have
one installed on your boat. Contact your local Garmin dealer.
If you are unfamiliar with NMEA 2000, read the “NMEA 2000 Network Fundamentals” chapter of the Technical Reference for Garmin NMEA
2000 Products. The document is located on the included CD and on the NMEA 2000 section of the Garmin Web site at http://www.garmin.
com/garmin/cms/us/onthewater/nmea2000.
Connecting the Chartplotter to a Garmin Marine Radar (Optional)
You can connect the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter to a Garmin marine radar such as a GMR™ 18 HD (not included).
To connect the chartplotter to a Garmin marine radar:
1. Install the radar according to the installation instructions provided with the radar.
2. Route the Garmin marine network cable to the chartplotter, and connect it to the radar port.
Note: The GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter is compatible with a Garmin marine radar, but it is not compatible with the Garmin marine
network. Do not connect other Garmin marine network devices to the radar port on the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter.
3. Update the chartplotter software (page 7).
Connecting the Chartplotter to a GA 30 Remote GPS Antenna (Optional)
The GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter has an internal GPS receiver, but some installations, such as a flush-mount-installation, may not allow
a view of the sky that the device needs to calculate your GPS position. You can install a GA 30 remote GPS antenna (not included) in an
appropriate location and connect it to the chartplotter to provide GPS information.
To connect the chartplotter to a GA 30 antenna:
1. Install the GA 30 antenna according to the instructions provided with the antenna.
2. Route the GA 30 cable to the chartplotter, and connect it to the external GPS antenna connector.
Connecting the Chartplotter to a Transducer
If you have a sonar-cable GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter (indicated by an “s” in the product name), you can connect a Garmin transducer to
use sonar-specific features.
To connect the chartplotter to a transducer:
1. Install the transducer according to the instructions provided with the transducer.
2. Route the transducer cable to the chartplotter and connect it to the power/data cable.
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Identifying the Rear-Panel Connectors
After the power/data cable is wired to the boat (and after any optional Garmin radar, NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000, or external GPS devices are
installed) connect the cables to the GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter.
Note: You must install the locking rings before connecting the power/data cable or a Garmin radar cable to the chartplotter (page 4).
To connect a cable to the back of a GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter:
1. Carefully press the cable into the correct port on the back of the chartplotter until it is firmly seated. Do not force the cable, because this
may damage the pins.
2. After the cable is seated, turn the locking ring clockwise until it is tight. Be careful not to overtighten the locking ring.
➊
➋
➌
➍
GPSMAP 700 Series Connectors
➊ NMEA 2000 connector
➋ Radar port
➌ Power/data connector
➍ External GPS antenna connector
Updating the Chartplotter Software
The GPSMAP 700 series chartplotter may contain a software update SD card. If so, follow the instructions provided with the card.
If a software update SD card is not included, visit www.garmin.com to make sure your chartplotter software is up-to-date. To identify the
version of software on your chartplotter, select or touch Configure > System > System Information.
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Appendix
Specifications
Physical Specifications
Specification
Size
Weight
Display
Case
Temp. Range
Compass Safe
Distance
Measurement
W × H × D: 8 29/32 × 5 19/32 × 3 1/8 in. (226 × 142 × 80 mm)
2.48 lb. (1.125 kg)
W × H: 6 × 3 19/32 in. (152 × 91 mm)
Fully Gasketed, high-impact plastic and aluminum alloy, waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX-7
From 5°F to 131°F (from -15°C to 55°C)
32 in. (813 mm)
GPS Performance
Specification Parameter
Receiver
Warm
Acquisition
Time
Cold
Reacquisition
Update Rate
Accuracy
GPS
DGPS
Velocity
Measurement
High-sensitivity 12 parallel channel, WAAS-capable receiver
Approximately 1 sec. (The device is at or near the last location at which you recently acquired satellites.)
Approximately 38 sec. (The device has moved more than about 500 mi. [800 km] since it was turned off.)
< 1 sec.
1/sec., continuous
<33 ft. (10 m) 95% typical
10–16 ft. (3–5 m) 95% typical (WAAS/EGNOS accuracy)
0.05 m/sec. steady state
Power
Specification
Source
Usage
Fuse
NMEA 2000 Load Equivalency Number (LEN)
NMEA 2000 Draw
Sonar
Power
Frequency
Depth
Measurement
10–32 Vdc
8.56 W max. at 13.8 Vdc
3A
2
100 mA maximum
1 kW Transducer, 1,000 W (RMS), 8,000 W (peak to peak); Dual Frequency, 500 W (RMS), 4,000 W (peak to peak); Dual Beam, 400 W
(RMS), 3,200 W (peak to peak)
50/200 kHz (dual frequency and 1 kW), 80/200 kHz (dual beam)
2,500 ft. (762 m) (1 kW), 1,500 ft (457 m) (dual frequency), 900 ft (274 m) (dual beam) - Depth capacity is dependent on water salinity, bottom
type, and other water conditions.
NMEA 2000 PGN Information
Receive
Transmit
059392
ISO Acknowledgment
059392
ISO Acknowledgment
059904
ISO Request
059904
ISO Request
060928
ISO Address Claim
060928
ISO Address Claim
126208
NMEA - Command/Request/Acknowledge Group Function
126208
NMEA - Command/Request/Acknowledge Group Function
126464
Transmit/Receive PGN List Group Function
126464
Transmit/Receive PGN List Group Function
126996
Product Information
126996
Product Information
127245
Rudder
127250
Vessel Heading
127250
Vessel Heading
127258
Magnetic Variance
127488
Engine Parameters - Rapid Update
128259
Speed - Water Referenced
127489
Engine Parameters - Dynamic
128267
Water Depth
127493
Transmission Parameters - Dynamic
129025
Position, Rapid Update
127498
Engine Parameters - Static
129026
COG/SOG Rapid Update
127505
Fluid Level
129029
GNSS - Position Data
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
Receive
Transmit
128259
Speed - Water Referenced
129283
Cross Track Error
128267
Water Depth
129284
Navigation Data
129038
AIS Class A Position Report
129285
Navigation - Route/WP information
129039
AIS Class B Position Report
129539
GNSS DOPs
129040
AIS Class B Extended Position Report
129540
GNSS Sats in View
129794
AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data
130306
Wind Data
129798
AIS SAR Aircraft position report
129799
Radio Frequency/Mode/Power
129802
AIS Safety Related Broadcast Message
129808
DSC Call Information
130306
Wind Data
130576
Small Craft Status
130310
Environmental Parameters
130311
Environmental Parameters (Obsolete)
130312
Temperature
130313
Humidity
130314
Actual Pressure
GPSMAP 700 series chartplotters are NMEA 2000
certified.
NMEA 0183 Information
NMEA 0183, Version 3.01 Sentences:
Receive
Transmit
DPT
Depth
GPAPB
APB - Heading/Track Controller (Autopilot) Sentence "B"
DBT
Depth Below Transducer
GPBOD
BOD - Bearing - Origin to Destination
MTW
Water Temperature
GPBWC
BWC - Bearing & Distance to Waypoint
VHW
Water Speed and Heading
GPGGA
GGA - Global Positioning System Fix Data
WPL
Waypoint Location
GPGLL
GLL - Geographic Position - Latitude/Longitude
VDM
AIS VHF Data-Link Message
GPGSA
GSA - GNSS DOP and Active Satellites
DSC
Digital Selective Calling Information
GPGSV
GSV - GNSS Satellites in View
DSE
Expanded Digital Selective Calling
GPRMB
RMB - Recommended Minimum Navigation Information
HDG
Heading, Deviation & Variation
GPRMC
RMC - Recommended Minimum Specific GNSS Data
HDM
Heading, Magnetic
GPRTE
RTE - Routes
MWD
Wind Direction & Speed
GPVTG
VTG - Course Over Ground and Ground Speed
MDA
Meteorological Composite
GPWPL
WPL - Waypoint Location
MWV
Wind Speed and Angle
GPXTE
XTE - Cross Track Error
VDM
AIS VHF Data-Link Message
PGRME
E - Estimated error
PGRMM
M - Map datum
PGRMZ
Z - Altitude
SDDBT
DBT - Depth Below Transducer
SDDPT
DPT - Depth
SDMTW
MTW - Water Temperature
SDVHW
VHW - Water Speed and Heading
You can purchase complete information about National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) format and sentences from:
NMEA
Seven Riggs Avenue
Severna Park, MD 21146 USA
www.nmea.org
GPSMAP 700 Series Installation Instructions
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www.garmin.com
February 2010
Part Number 190-01155-02 Rev. B
Printed in Taiwan
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