Question about Garmin Quest GPS Receiver
Did you purchase this unit new? If not, someone may have taken the unit apart and lost a small spring out of the antenna assembly. If you place the unit, display side down, with the antenna hinge away from you, there are two small phillips head screws on the right side. If you remove these screws, a small plastic endcap for the antenna assembly will come loose and the antenna can be removed. Where the endcap and the antenna are hinged together, there should be a small spring that puts tension on the antenna. If the spring is missing, the antenna will not remain in position.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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