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I have a JRC NWZ4550 GPS. I've only used it once, I entered 3 way points and the system worked fine. Satellites lock on, all ok. I did a soft start, cleared the system, then started entering my way points. When I'd finished I went back to the satellite status page and found I had no satellites. All stations showed zero. I tried again then did a master reset, re-entered all info required, but still cant bring up any satellites. On starting testing says ok. Can anyone help me or put me on to someone who can advise me further. Thankyou

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If you are running a 4310 aerial with this unit the aerial ran out of date sometime in August 2008. You will have to buy a jrc 124 aerial. I had the same problem. Check with the agent TMQ International.You will find that the unit won't keep the date you have entered in it to set it up, it goes back to the year 1989 on the satellite page.

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