Question about GPS
Have you checked batteries in gps unit and dog collars?they need to be good batteries in order for unit to function properly,if that is not it you may haft call garmin to consult with them about problem if unit is fairly new it should have a manufactures warranty,thats where i would start!!! garmin will be able to test for you sounds like handheld unit is not functioning properly!! Best of Luck to You!!
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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