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No valid gps signal why is this

Says no valid gps signal on screen

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  • easyvern Apr 20, 2008

    tried that before i posted question

  • Confusedlymm Apr 20, 2008

    I have the same problem - help please!

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    E61N Apr 21, 2008

    @easyvern:

    Maybe tell us next time what you have done already, so we dont have to tell you what you already know.....

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