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How do i set the Date on my Rino 530 ?? - Garmin Rino 530 GPS Receiver

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SOURCE: can i reboot my rino 530 hcx?

Yes - press the Page (lowest button on the left side), Enter (push in the center joy stick button) and Power (top) buttons at the same time. Then use the joy stick to select Yes indicating that you want to reset the unit.

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Garmin Rino 530 radio noise even with squelch turned up. Hissing

Are you carrying a cell phone with you at the time? A cell phone can interfere with these units. You may want to call Garmin to ask questions on this problem. They are very helpful and professional.

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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SOURCE: rino 530 keeps loosing signal was hunting in

The GPS needs a clear view of the sky and at least 3 or more satellites to get a fix on your position. If you are under a heavy canopy of tree cover / brush, it can affect accuracy and even the GPS's ability to get a fix at all. Also, if you are in a mountainous region, the geometry of your location and the location of the satellites over the equator could be obstructed, resulting in the lost satellite messages. You must have an unobstructed view of the southern sky to get a fix.

If you are able to get a fix in an open area, the GPS is able to do its job, but the location you're trying to use it in is offers too much interference to capture satellite signals.

Making sure you've got the latest firmware from Garmin can solve a lot of troubles, too. If you still believe that your GPS isn't working the way it should, contact Garmin Support.

I hope this helps - and good luck. Please rate my reply - thank you.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

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I have problems learing how to use it


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If you having issues learning how to use the unit check the Rino page at GPS City, we have ton of instructional videos you can take a look at. here is a link http://www.gpscity.ca/garmin-rino-530-videos.html

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Are you carrying a cell phone with you at the time? A cell phone can interfere with these units. You may want to call Garmin to ask questions on this problem. They are very helpful and professional.

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Yes - press the Page (lowest button on the left side), Enter (push in the center joy stick button) and Power (top) buttons at the same time. Then use the joy stick to select Yes indicating that you want to reset the unit.

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There is no way to set the date and time becayse the system clock in your Garmin Rhino 120 should be updating based on the information it receives from the GPS satellites. The radio should auto locate itself within about five minutes of being turned on providing it has a clear view of the sky. Once it sucessfully auto locates the radio's clock and position should reset. There does not appear to be any other reset built into the device.

Try taking the batteries out for at least 5 minutes. Then, reinstall the batteries, turn the unit on, and give the unit 5-10 minutes to auto locate. If it doesn't, you may need to contact Garmin support for additional sevice.

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