Question about GPS
In 90% of the cases it's the digitizer (the touch sensor that is mounted
in front of the screen). You can try
to replace it yourself or send it to a third party gps
This is a common problem with units having the serial numbers beginning with "14V", "12P" and "143". It's caused by a defective SHARP touchscreen and needs to be replaced. Please see this link for more info:
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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