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OK this is going to be either a tube problem or a convergence board problem, either way your going to have to get it serviced, unless your really electric savy and care to take it apart and solder pieces. There is no real fix to your problem without actually going "in"...
Hello, Mike, congratulations on your purchase of the gps. Here's what you should do:
Tap MENU - SETTINGS - REGIONAL.
Choose Voice Profile. This button shows the current language of the voice guidance. By tapping the button, you can select a new one from the list of available languages and speakers. For the speaker to announce actual street names you must select a language that indicates TTS (Text-To-Speech).
To hear a sample voice just tap on any of languages. Tap OK when you have selected the new spoken language.
I also had the same problem....i went to the customer support center with ma cell phone...they firstly asked whether it had gone wet while Switch On condition.....actually that's the reason!!! Just test with ur head set that u can hear soundly. Its better to take to customer support center, it has to be repaired.
The most common cause of this is a failed image sensor. Usually the playback mode will let you view pictures taken before the issue happened just fine and you will also be able to view the menu system just fine. When viewing the screen in an image taking mode, however, there is typically discolorations, horizontal or vertical lines, image bluring or distortions, or simply a black screen.
This situation, if caused by the image sensor, has to serviced and cannot be fixed by the user. If you are within your one year warranty and no user damage has been done to the camera, the camera will be fixed at no charge. If beyond the 12 month period however the customer may opt to have the unit repaired at a cost or take advantage of the Canon Loyalty Program and upgrade to refurbished S3 IS at an alternate discounted price.
sounds like the back light circuit is going bad after the unit is on for a spell. This is not a repair for the end user to attempt. I recommend that you look in the owners manual for a phone number or address for service and call or contact them. Good Luck