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Deleting previous destinations and unneccesary addresses

I did what Dan said. I pressed the "-" the "+" and the repeat button but is a list of testing options menu called "Final Assembly Test Entry" but there is no option to reset user data. What should I do.
Is a Magellan Roadmate 700 GPS.
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Re: deleting previous destinations and unneccesary...

Goto prefences/deleate active track, should also be able to clear it if it was placed in routes by checking folders and select it,next press menu, then select deleate

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