Question about Kenwood KNA-G510 GPS Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Incidentally, I assume you're talking about the Kenwood KNA-DV4100? Also, I assume this unit has come into your hands through legitimate sources. It is NOT an accusation when I mention that electronic equipment absent of an operator manual CAN have dubious origins. Again, this is NOT an accusation. Rather, it's always good to know where such a unit came from. When an owner's manual is missing, it raises a flag - unless, of course, you know and trust the person selling it to you. At any rate, you can simply download a manual at Kenwood's website, below. Simply copy-and-paste into your internet browser's address bar: http://www.kenwoodusa.com/support/simple.aspx?men=2&M2=69
Posted on Jul 24, 2007
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After contacting Kenwood tech support several times, a tech finally came out and said if the unit is under warranty send it back to them and they will swap it since they do not repair it. If the Unit is out of warranty, then contact Garmin. When I contacted Garmin, the tech stated that Kenwood is pulling a fast one instead of standing behind their product. So who actually owns this product Kenwood or Garmin? Both names are on the product, but no one wants to repair it. Anyway to make a long story short there is a new update for this product 3.60 as of Feb 2008, downloaded and the unit works fine. Should resolve this issue.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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If you were to buy and use this system in the US there would be no problem, but you encounter difficulties when trying to use in europe or Australia. The unit would have to be modified in order to use navigation, dvd playback and radio functions. Only specialized audio outlets would be able to carry out this modification at a cost to you. Usually the cost would be around $40 for the service but as I am from the UK I am not sure who would be able to do this for you, possibly the supplier if it is not direct from Kenwood.
I hope this helps
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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