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Satalite Signal? Won't aquire satalite signal. Locked Up!

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Have you tried resetting the unit? Have you done a master reset? If not, try these. Just be aware, a Master Reset will ERASE ALL YOUR FAVORITES.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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