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see the diagram attached, and test loose wires+connector , corrosion, oxide, dirty, clean it with contacts cleaner. 2) test the switch for open or faulty 3) test the headlight for open or broker 4) test the fuse.
see the diagram attached.
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Theencryption key secures your data from unauthorized access.
The router's password is a Passphrase or the WEP or WPA orWPA2 encryption key.
The Passphrase generates the WEP or WPA or WPA2 encryptionkey and this is in the router's wireless settings.
To connect to your wireless router, it needs the router'swireless settings configured ie SSID, WPA or WPA2 encryption key and also thewireless cards in all the laptops and or computers needs to be configured withthese router's wireless settings. Then the laptops and desktop computers can communicatewith your wireless router.
The reason is linked to startup of the device probably. I have same issue.
2 ways to improve : 1/ Startup your device You need to startup device, and wait automatic change of the screen to the ride mode, from the sattellite search screen. You also can check you have more than 4 sattellites before starting a ride. Altitude can only be computed when at least 4 sattellites are synchronized. So start your device in the open air, not indoor, nor close to a building. Garmin devices start automatically and have probably a smoothing function that make altitude converge to the reality slowly from a started erroneous capture.
2/ Upload your ride on Garmin connect site, then apply altitude fix algorithm proposed. This algorithm will fix the altitude of your waypoints, both fixing pure altitude start issue, and also fixing denivellation computation, which is erroneous because of cumulation of errors.
There first 2 main thing to check..... the off on switch.... and the fuse.
Insie the radio there is a very small fuse.... its a surface mount component fuse... very small. That could be the problem.
Also check the contacts on the radio..... if you have a way of connecting the correct voltage directly to the radios power terminals using jumpers I would definatly do it.
Your most likly going to have to take the raio apart and and connect the battery to trace the power through it.
The small fuse will be one of the first components after the positive power input.
If this seems too much..... bring it to a radio shop... they can do all this quickly
I had the same problem; mine would shut off when bounced around too.
I used a #0 phillips screwdriver (very small) to take out the 6 screws that hold the case together, Carefully separate the face and back because there are wires that can be broken if you pull them apart too fast.
After you get the case apart, lift up the circuit board at the bottom and you will see a small blade pin that sticks out from the side where the batteries are and is supposed to slide up into a contact on the circuit board. I guess over time it starts to wiggle and get loose so I carefully bent the pin (very slightly so it would rub the inside of the contact.
So far I have tested it by dropping and beating it up a little and it seems to have fixed the problem.
Hope this helps.