Question about Garmin Nuvi 660 GPS Receiver
When making or receiving calls i am not heard by the other party. I can hear them well and i have made sure it is not on mute. The system worked well until today as i was always heard when speaking through it. Please help as i am not underwarranty. Is a broke microphone reparable, as i figure that is reason for this problem as all settings are the same and i never changed them from when the 660 worked perfectly. Anyone else had this issue, how was it resolved?
I know this is a very old question, but just in case anyone searches for it in the future:
The problem is that the connector for the microphone comes detached from the circuit board. It is a surface mount connector but can't easily be fixed as the pad lifts off the board, and the track to the pad is on a lower layer.
It is possible to fix it by doing 'micro-surgery' and adding new tracks from two resistors to the connector, but it's difficult and not for the novice (or those with shaky hands).
In general, this is a fairly terminal fault, although if someone contacts me I can send photos of the fix I did to mine.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Hey jsobell, I'd love a few pictures if you have them. How do we exchange email addresses? I couldn't locate yours.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
I have had settings change for no reason. I had to go back and re-set all optional settings. The locations and addresses did not disappear.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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