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Garmin nuvi 660 suddenly stops working in route to destination

I was on a trip to Mississippi--Garmin got me there fine. On my way home, I was on a major highway and it just suddenly told me to turn on a street that was not there...Then on the Garmin device, the car left the road and was off in the 'black area'....The Garmin continued to tell me to make turns that were not available. I finally cut if off and relied on my memory to get me home. I turned the Garmin on again when I was closer to my destination and it was fine. Any suggestions?

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Probably lost the satillite temporarily

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