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Magellan RoadMate not Working

I brought my Roadmate 700 in 2005. About 3 to 4 months it just stop working. It says waiting tempature is to low... It never gets pass that message... So I see this message each time I start my truck.... I have tried waiting all day and the same message tempature is too low... What could it be and What can I do to fix the problem..... Thank You Hebert Forney

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Common problem Herbert, Unfortunately, it's a common problem that can be fixed by having several dead units lying around to take parts from. So, if you can find a unit to salvage from, then do that and change out the LCD. if you can't.. then I'm sorry Herbert but there's not much else you can do. Try reloading the software if you have the DVD. open up the unit and make sure all the cables and everything are tight/secure. Good luck.

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