Question about Garmin GPSMAP 60CS GPS Receiver
My 60 CSX max elevation screen stays at a high altitude and I cannot zero it, when I do a reset it goes to zero for about one second then goes back to the same previous value. I have tried recalabrating the alti but it returns it to the same high value.
any fixes for this?
I fixed this problem in my 76cs by doing a factory reset.
It kept all my maps, but dumped all waypoints and tracks.
After that, the altimieter problem was fixed.
Your reset will vary, and can easily be found on google. Mine was
Press "Enter, Page, and Power on keys" to get to the message that says, "Do you really want to erase all user data". Before you say "YES", I would strongly recommend you download your waypoints, tracks, and routes to a computer, and write down your settings as they will all be erased or reset. Of course your software version will remain the same, and
any downloaded maps will still be there.
And then: From the Trip Computer Page, while there push the scroll key up, right, down, & then left to get to a diagnostic screen used by Garmin Techs. I would not recommend playing with this screen too much, less you want to ship your unit back to Garmin for repair!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
What do you think it should go to?
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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