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GNS 430W in aircraft has worked fully until today. On initiation, unit displayed "ter failure" and will not read NAVDATA card. Is there a reset for this problem?

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  • daggettbill May 30, 2009

    Do you know where the reset on a GNS430 unit is? I understand all of the rest and will attempt to get the unit to work via your suggestion if possible.



    Thanks

  • daggettbill May 30, 2009

    Thanks for your help I will work on this and go to a garmin fix shop if I can't get it to cooperate. Have a great day!

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The unit includes two removable data cards: one with a jeppesen database (left card slot) and the second is a Ter- rain database (right card slot)

Ter failure, the unit either failed to read the datacard in the terrain slot, its not working, contents are corrupt or theres another problem related to the card or the data inside.

So the unit stops and doesn't read the next card.

try reinserting the card, try turning the unit on without the card and then place the card back in.

there is a restore defaults option in the menus. Most garmin units also have a reset button on the unit somewhere.

if the problem is not solved

it would be best if you contact garmin directly when possible:
http://www.garmin.com/garmin/cms/home/support/supportcontact

Posted on May 30, 2009

  • Ekse May 30, 2009

    No I don't know even if it has a reset button, most of them do but this series might not have one.

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A. - Press and Hold the "Print Photos" & "Red Eye Removal" buttons. Release both buttons.

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here.. check this out. a solution to your problem.
These are reset instructions designed to clear most of hp errors starting with 0xc...It works on different hp models.. it could work on you too.

Semi reset
1. While your printer is on.. unplug to power cable from the printer.
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Full reset
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. - Press and hold the “*” key.
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