Question about Garmin StreetPilot c550 GPS Receiver
Not without the unit being unlocked by having the correct PIN entered, or the unit being taken to the Security Location (the location at which the PIN was initially set). If you purchase it and send it to Garmin to be unlocked (which they can do for a fee), they will require proof of purchase or they will not return the unit to you. You might be better off avoiding that particular GPS.
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Jul 14, 2010 | Garmin StreetPilot c550 GPS Receiver
You probably just need to find the reciept where you bought the C550. Sounds like Garmin is protecting its customers when they say $300. This is most unfortunate thing to happen to you. Is the Garmin $300 issue as I thought and related to you not having the registration code or Reciept?
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