Question about Garmin Nuvi 360 Bilingual GPS Navigator and Personal Travel Assistant GPS Receiver
I have a Garmin Nuvi 360. I have not dropped the GPS but I have kept it inside the car every day since I first got it. It has probably been out in the cold when I am at work. It is always in the car no matter where I go and where the car is. I just turned it on this morning and now the screen has the color ribbons coming across and two black spots like the screen is cracked or something because there are lines that go around it. Half of the screen works while the other half...is somewhat scrambled with lines. Everything on the Nuvi still works. The display is just screwy.
Sorry to say but your screen is most likely damaged. You should never store a LCD display in the cold. First, the cold slows down the screen's response time... after all.... LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display.... what does "liquid" do when it's cold? Also, there is a chance that condensation develops inside from your car being cold and then heated when you drive it. Not good for electronic devices.
The screens can be replaced.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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