Question about Magellan Roadmate 760 GPS Receiver
My Roadmate 760 will just stop working. It starts up with the power cord from the car or the AC cord. The slightest jarring of the unit causes it to turn off. It may later start up on its own. When working it works normally It is getting harder to get it to start at all. I have cleaned the cradle connect but not open the case
U6 is what I think it's called. those cases weren't exactly built around the insides.. (the circuit board).. there's a small IC chip on the backside of that same card with the cradle connect. . more then likely your case has shoved off a tiny little black IC chip. if you open the case and you see a little black peice.. save it. you might have to take apart your unit though. . careful when your opening it as the RF cable will be a hazard as soon as you crack the case.. so open the case just a little bit.. then find that cable I'm talking about.. and just pull it off.. then you can open it without any further restrictions.. If: this small IC chip is the problem, then you either need to solder it back on yourself.. or have someone else do it. So.. if you open the case u pand this isn't the problem let me know.. don't put the unit back together yet. and let me know. _+Daniel
Posted on Apr 29, 2007
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