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ETrexLegend horizontal drive fails

After an indeterminate amount of time my eTrexLegend locks up with only the vertical drive, a solid vertical line displays, and all button functions become inoperable including the power switch. To escape from this I remove battery power. A buddy with the same model is experiencing the exact same problem with his. Any idea what's causing this? I have not yet contacted Garmin.

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I contacted Garmin. They suggested a software upgrade to Ver 7.9. I did so and the problem has not returned. Here is the link for the Download........

http://www8.garmin.com/support/collection.jsp?product=999-99999-27

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