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All Sat NAv systems need to be able to "see" a minimum number of satellites in the sky, even something as simple as clouds can and do affect the quality of the received signals, check to see how many satellites your system is locking onto and check to ensure that any external antenna's are correctly connected and powered if required. if all else fails, you may have a logic fault within the Sat Nav unit itself..
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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