My rino 110's screen goes blank except a thin line across the screen, i have to remove the batteries and replace them to reset the unit. once you do that it work s again for a very short time. i have noticed it only does it when i have satellite capture in non-gps radio only i have no problems
There is a firmware upgrade from Garmin that appears to address this problem for units still running Version 3.2 or earlier. If your problem only occurs when WAAS is enabled, you might try upgrading. To find what firmware version you have, from the main menu: Setup, System, then select the (options) icon on the top row, to the left of the 'X'.
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If the thin line is always there, you have a set of pixels burned out. This usually occures vertically. There is easy fix, except to replace the screen. If the laptop is under warrenty, contact the manufacture for repair options.
it might be due to static on the notebook turn off the notebook and then remove the battery from the notebook press and hold the power button on the notebook for 4-5 sec and then put the battery back and then turn on and check if the line is still there check it in the safe mode or in BIOS if its still there then replace the screen
When I try to turn it on it comes up with the “rino” initialization screen and buzzes/vibrates at 5 second intervals.It never goes past this screen.Occasionally, for about 1 second a small white bar will appear across the bottom saying “0%.I’ve recharged the Li battery and got the same result.I’ve tried it while connected to the charger.Same result.I’ve tried using the optional 4 AA battery pack with fresh alkaline batteries.Same result.Did the factory reboot (page/enter/power buttons). Same – except instead of a buzz/vibrate I get the tone every 5 seconds. Have to remove battery to turn off.
Contacted Garmin tech support today (10/22) - hope to hear from them soon.
Firmware needs to be upgraded on these units because the atellites are changing every so often so does the programming in these units, check to see if there is a firmware upgrade to fix these problems, the line in the middle of the screen is because it either hung during the process or the units lcd is going bad.
I turn on the monitor, I hear a 'cracklin' sound Reply: In a CRT Monitor there is a component called EHT which generates High voltage which is connected to the anode of the CRT, If there is any leakage due to moisture can cause this crackiling sound, You need to clean this high tension wire or replace the EHT ( CAUTION : BE AWARE OF HIGH VOLTAGES )
The screen only shows a bright, thin line. Reply: The vertical Drive section of the monitor is faulty.
I put a new CR2025 battery in my T5e671 Timex and it solved the problem.
The screen no longer goes blank at any time.
PS:Timex manual says "remove battery strap" to replace the battery.
But it doesn't say HOW.-& I couldn't google an answer to that.
Here is how:
The metal strap goes across the middle of the battery and then goes over the edge of it on both sides.
At both edges the metal strap goes over a nylon tab.
One of those nylon tabs is notched, if you put the end of a paperclip in the notch, you can release the metal strap edge that runs under it.
sounds like you have a vertical sweep problem. Where the fault lies cpuld be the vertical output IC the verticle b+ feed, could be the capacitors in the vertical circuit?? Your gonna need to troubleshoot thr vrtical circuit if your not a tech thin my advise is to take the set to a pro for sn est. Good Luck