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The screen is freezing, and then the battery indicator has a lightning bolt looking thing through it. bad battery? reset?

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The lightning bolt means the battery is being charged. Remove the charger and you will see that go away. As far as freezing, you might have a bad touchscreen. Please see this link:

http://www.sharc.net/gps_LCD_repair.htm

- Jim

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