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Can the horizontonal positioning be adjusted?

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  • lynda377 Apr 17, 2009

    what exactly does cycling through that list do for me? am i looking for something in particular?
    none of those 3 solutions have done anything.



  • lynda377 Apr 17, 2009

    It's clear from the time you start the StreetPilot that the screen is not centered. The word "Garmin" at the top left is only 1/2 visible. The bottom appears to have a "shadow" under the function buttons. The screen is 1/4" exactly too high. Any words at the top cannot be seen at all. Can I send you a picture of it?

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Do the following :


To Calibrate The Touch Screen:

1. Turn off GPS
2. Hold Power Button for 30 secs or so
3. Calibration screen will appear.

If that does not work, then the following may also be useful:

Perform a Hard Reset to Clear Your GPS:
1. Turn GPS off
2. Press and hold the bottom right hand corner of the screen
3. Turn the GPS on (and continue to hold the right hand corner)
4. A warning screen will appear and ask if you want to continue
This will erase all your custom data. This is excellent after buying a used unit or after moving to clear all your data.

Access the Debug/Diagnostic Pages:
1. Turn GPS on
2. Click View Map
3. Click the Speed section in the left lower corner
4. Press and Hold the Moving Avg box for several seconds
5. The Diagnostic Screen will appear.
6. Press Next to cycle through them all.

Here the user manual: StreetPilot c340

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

  • Ginko
    Ginko Apr 17, 2009

    Hi there.

    The original query 'can the horizontal positioning be adjusted?' is not very clear. I underatand the horizontal position was the screen calibration, in that case you do this:

    To Calibrate The Touch Screen:

    1. Turn off GPS

    2. Hold Power Button for 30 secs or so

    3. Calibration screen will appear.

    If that is not what you meant, please help me to understand the problem.

    Many thanks.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Apr 17, 2009

    Yep, you can send a picture, but I think I understood the problem. The screen is completely out.

    There is a way to resize the screen using a third party program as resource Hacker available at http://www.angusj.com/resourcehacker/., But this probably wont solve the problem , but only mess up more the Garmin.

    The real problem is hardware, and there is no other way to fix this apart disassembling the Garmin.

    To start try reset to factory and calibration suggested in my other threads, so to exclude settings and system problems.

    If that does not work, then there is an internal problem.

    I believe on this Sat Nav the display is reflected by a mirror on top of the touck screen, in that case the mirror has moved.

    There is no setting to regulate alignment on a garmin. Here is the parts view.

    If the streetpilot is less than one year old call Garmin as soon as possible, if sat nav is older , call Garmin,.or ask a local repairer.

    Let me know if you need further clarification.

    Many thanks.





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