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My garmin 660 froze it's turns on but buttons do not respond.

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Common problem. Non-responsive touchscreen. Please see this link for more info:


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

- Jim

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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Garmin froze with a "Map Update Notice" the screen


The unit isn't frozen. If you tap the power button you will hear it beep and change screens. What has happened is your touchscreen has failed. This is a common problem. Your touchscreen needs replaced. If you want some troubleshooting info, please see this link. There is just too much info to retype here:

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

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Garmin nuvi 660 touch screen froze? How to fix?


please see this link. read about non-responsive touchscreens.

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


- Jim

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Garmin nuvi 660 froze up.


This is not caused by an update. Please check your unit's serial # to see if it starts with a "12P", "14V" or "143". If so, these units have a specific touchscreen that can fail even without physical damage to the glass or screen. The only way to resolve it is to replace the touchscreen & glass. You will not lose any of your data. The unit is not frozen and you can verify it by quickly pressing the on/off button. If you hear a beep, it's not locked up. You touchscreen has failed and won't accept any input. Please see this link:

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


- Jim

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The garmin is on but frozen


Look near the SN # and press the reset button.

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with the garmin off, hold down the right bottom of the screen and turn the garmin on, it will then ask you if you want to perform a hard reset. Choose yes and that should fix your problem.

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I did connect it to the computer via my USB cord - a Garmin menu came up and after opening a couple of the choices the Garmin was workable again. I don't really know why. But all is good here.

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Don't know why it happens, but mine did the same thing. There's a reset button on the back, underneath where you lift up the antenna. Unplug the unit from the power source, push the reset button, reconnect to a power source and it should work fine; mine did. Good luck. Got this info from my Garmin owner's manual.

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