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Unable to see map. I can only see lines of longitude & latitude.

I can only see line of longitude & latitude. Unable to open map. Have notation at bottom right [no map] After I figure this out I may have more questions.

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Ron

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  • ronr951 Mar 03, 2009

    Hello Ryan, I'm doing great hope you are as well. I bought this unit off of ebay after seeing how a friends worked on a recent trip to Italy. I have one of the first Tom-Tom GPS, but liked the Ique 3600 far better. If I get this taken care of I may need advise on entering new data.



    Regards,

    Ron

  • ronr951 Mar 04, 2009

    Good Morning Ryan, The unit is used, but new to me. So I have been unable to get the GPS up & running & not sure where to start.



    Ron

  • kabealer Apr 26, 2009

    Just purchased a used 3600 and have the same problem no maps I did not get any software with the unit.

  • Ryan Lee
    Ryan Lee May 11, 2010

    Ron how are you doing today? Has this unit worked fine in previous attempts? or is this the first time using this particular gps?



    Ryan

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I had same problem,even the SD card had maps on it. I did another map install and hot sync, then maps loaded ok.

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