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Getting a fix status.

When I turn my GPS on and go to the Data Display, the Fix status shows Aquiring and never seems to connect. Bob

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  • Rasyttap Jun 23, 2008

    We have also had the same problem. I called C-Map and they said that there was a problem with the satellite being moved. She said that there is an updated version of the software card. I am going to try that. Just wondering if anyone else has heard this? Rasyttap

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    it never gets past acquiring sats.

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I have a similar problem and found that my antenna connector was broken, the center conductor pin broke off from the cable. So, it could acquire a signal. Now, to find the connector.

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Did you try setting the time precisely for your location - then wait a minute?

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