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My problem is how to use the Dash moount disk for the Garmin 350? My real problem is getting the answer?

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  • jskeltis Mar 16, 2009

    my issue is that the suction cup will not stick to the dash part , it will stay for a few minutes then fall off , the metal part is stuck well to the dash , but the mount will not stick to the metal part....

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The dashmount disk has a sticky side that should be pealed and stuck to the dash - then use the windshield sticking cup to stick to the dash mount smooth side...

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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