Question about Magellan RoadMate 700 GPS Receiver
My GPS Magellan Roadmate 700 has suddenly started taking 15 - 20 minutes to start. Once it starts everything is ok. It will give a message temperature below safe level. Please turn on the heater. ( not exact ) Magellan repair is $150 for which I can actually buy a used 700 from ebay with 1 year warranty. Can you please help me if I can fix this problem.
I've fixed that error by swapping out the PCB board (or the keypad board). Which you can't very easily do that.. unless of course you have a boneyard of these lying around. Additionally, it could be the Hard Drive, this error hasn't been narrowed down to any one specific cause to my knowledge. I'll take it off your hands if your going to buy another one though. Respectfully, -Dan
Posted on Oct 24, 2006
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