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Every time I select and address on my Navman F10 it comes up with a warning "A route cannot be calculated to your destination. Please check your routing preferences and try again." I have tried varying all rote preferences & resetting to factory settings but I cannot get it past this warning.

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  • luke455 Dec 10, 2008

    I get the exact same error message ("a route cannot be calculated to your destination. please check your routing preferences and try again.") even when i have full signal.

    It's a Navman S35... brand new too! What did you/they do to fix it?


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I rang navman support and they assisted me without wanting to charge me for the info!!

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