I ran over my sportrak color and the LCD is shattered. Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement display. Does anyone know how to take the case apart. Even with the 4 screws removed there appears to be something at the bottom end holding it together.
There is 6 screws holding it togather, the bottom two are under the rubber under where the batteries go. You also have to pull the plugs out. By the way I have a screen for you. I have 3 demo nits so i cant program them to use. But the screens are good.Email me your address and I will send you the screen in the mail. My email address is email@example.com.
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Scroll down until you see your unit model and click on the link. I'm not sure if you have the SporTrak Color (North America) OR the SporTrak Nort America (Blue) unit. Either way, click on your model and you'll be good to go! The ENTIRE manual is available (.pdf) but requires you to download the manual in two parts. (English Part 1 is second from the top of the page, Part 2 is eleventh from the top)
It could be the setting on your gps or the cable could go bad. (Mine did) To test the cable - Instructions from Magellan FAQS - With PC data cable still connected to the unit power ON the unit and press both the ?Power? and ?Zoom Out? buttons at the same time and hold them down for two seconds. The following message appears: ?Test Serial Port Press Enter?. Do not press the ?Enter? button yet. Next, use the paper clip or jumper wire and insert the ends to Pin #2and #3. Pin #2 is the NMEA Positive (TX+) Transmitter; #Pin 3 is the DBR Positive (RX+) Receiver. While performing the cable test you will see a series of check points in each individual Baud Rate point. 1200, 4800, 9600, and 19200. Each point should display the message ?OK?at the bottom. If the user sees the initials ?NG? (NO GOOD) perform the test again. If the test continues to display the message ?NG? the problem may be due to a bad cable. When the cable test is finished press the ?Power Key? to power off the unit.
As far as I know you can only get parts from magellan. The lenses are usually part of the display screen assembly in order to prevent condensation between the lense and the screen. It is probably seald to the screen and may not be easy to replace.