Question about Garmin Nuvi 760 Car GPS Receiver
Your GPS might need a trip back to the factory if the screen has stopped responding to touch. But before doing that, you might want to try the screen calibration routine below:
1) Shut the 760 off.
2) Put your finger anywhere on the screen and hold it there while performing the following steps.
3) Turn the 760 back on with the slider switch and quickly slide it to the lock position.
4) Keep holding that finger on the screen for about 20 seconds or so - then follow the calibration instructions on the screen. You might want to use a stylus or other narrow, blunt object instead of your finger to get pinpoint accuracy.
If this fails to solve the problem, contact Garmin Support directly below:
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Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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