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I have dropped my garmin in some what can i do?

I have dropped my garmin in some water what can i do?

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Attatch your boat to it and keep it as an anchor.
Water will eventually corrode it no matter what you do. You could try and claim for it on your insurance.

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Using the correct screwdriver with the star head, I removed the two tiny screws at he bottom back of the unit. Gently from the bottom, pry off the back.
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Using a hairdryer on Medium heat and high fan, air out the unit until all water/condensation is gone.

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I have two NUVI 660's and one 360 (?) navigation systems. They all work great except all three have the same problem with the suction cup. Aftera few months, they will not stay attached to the...


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While the suction cup mounts included with most GPS units are very effective, they certainly can fail. It sounds like you are doing everything you can to make it work: cleaning both the windshield and the cup itself. You also might try putting a few drops of water onto the suction cup before affixing it.

If the suction cup mounts aren't working out for you, Garmin does have a couple of other options including a vehicle mount that uses a super strong adhesive or a friction style mount. These are available from Garmin directly on their website (www.Garmin.com) or through your local consumer electronics store, such as Best Buy.

Best Regards,
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