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1- Turn off unit. 2- press and hold the bottom right corner of the screen. 3-While still pressing and holding bottom right corner, press and hold power button and continue holding both until a white screen appears with a black dot. 4- follow the on screen directions and your unit will be back to the day you first got it.
I recommend you to reset it . Resetting should solve this problem .
Here is how to reset your Maestro :
1:Locate the button marked "Reset" on the left, right or bottom of the unit.
2:Using a thin object, such as a paper clip, depress the button for two to three seconds. The unit should reset.
3:If the unit does not reset, immediately press the button again and hold it for up to 10 seconds.
When you change geographical locations that far it will take some time for the GPS to acquire and lock onto satellites. That does seem a little long though. Make sure you have a open sky and not around a bunch of tall structures like trees and buildings. Try it again and be patient. I think you will be ok. There may also be a setting in the GPS to tell the operating system what state you are located in but I am not familar with the Magellan Maestro.