Question about Magellan Roadmate 760 GPS Receiver
if its stuck in one location and you can navigate through the unit (like enter addresses ect.) then its an antenna problem...make sure it has a good charge on it and verify its charging in the power options tap, then take it outside in clear view of the open sky and turn it on, then give it up to 30 minutes to lock on to the satellites....
let me know how you make out, if that didnt help, you might want to try another antenna...is there something wrong with the built in antenna (the one that flips up on the back of the 760 ?
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Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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