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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The antenna may be unplugged. You can check by removing the SD card, carefully unscrewing the four screws from the back of the device and then running your fingernail (NOT a screwdriver) around the seam on the case to split the two halves. The antenna is the small panel on the back of the receiver, it plugs into a computer board on the inside of the receiver. Look inside for a gold colored connector, it should be plugged into one of the boards, if it is not then that's your problem, you need to plug it back into the board and you should be in good shape.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
SOURCE: The GPS cannot get satellite
Shut off the Receiver...
Press and hold Page + Menu + Power...
Then select "Yes" to erase all user data...
Leave it on with a clear view of the sky without moving for about 30 minutes to acquire the satellites.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Are you in an area that it can pick up the satellite, like outdoors with no trees overhead, etc.? If so, try external antenna if possible.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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