Question about Magellan Roadmate 760 GPS Receiver
Plug it in, turn it on and let it sit out in the open. Make sure the antenna is flipped up with as much exposure to the open sky as possible in your vehicle. If the unit is working at all, it will eventually find and lock onto the satellites. The 760 I'm using now came from California and it took over 2 hours to lock on. When I start a trip now, I let it sit before starting to drive and it locks on in just a few minutes.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
The possible causes of this are as follows
The batteries or battery is too low and eitjher need charging or replacing
The port or baud rate is not set correctly
it does not havce a clear view of the sky
The SIIRF chip is damaged or the unit has been dropped
The antenna is damaged or disconnected inside unit
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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