Question about GPS
Hi sounds like you have either a bad connection on the battery, a semi-broken wire/connector or perhaps even a dry joint on the PCB. If it is in a certain place, make sure to include that info when you send in for repair. If you don't care about warranty etc, then there is no reason why you couldn't open the unit up, and check it out, looking for the problem, resoldering any suspect looking joints, and making sure all connections are OK.
Also check to make sure that it isn't a "Setting" like a screen saver? Have a look in the manual.
If it does indeed prove to be a faulty within the unit, the best thing to do is contact the manufacturer and arrange for it to be serviced, the manufacturer is the best place to get this attended to. Always ask for a "Quote" before allowing any work to be done.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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