Question about Magellan Se4 GPS Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The default settings on this unit is to use the default time zone. This happens to be set to GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). I changed it to local as follows:
Press the tools icon at bottom of screen off the Menu Press System Press Time Zone Press Use Auto Time Zone to "uncheck" the default setting Press Set Time Zone to get choices Scroll up and down and find a big city in your time zone Select it by touching it I turned off Daylight Savings Time to get mine to set correctly Press the arrow back and you should see your time set correctly now.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
SOURCE: My GPS Magellan SE4 say
You will need to reset your device, Locate the button marked "Reset" on the left, right or bottom of the unit.
Using a thin object, such as a paper clip, depress the button for two to three seconds. The unit should reset.
If the unit does not reset, immediately press the button again and hold it for up to 10 seconds. This will fix the abnormality.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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