Question about Garmin nuvi 670 GPS Receiver
Amm why not repair it your self ???
its simple really,
1.) take the unit out,
2.) unscrew the back of the unit to expose the headphone jack
3.) use a soldering Iron and solder the contacts back in place.. Normally Its just loose solder that causes the problem in the first place..
4.) you can also buy a female connector, Take the old one out and take it with you to get the propper size.. and solder the new one in place.. Its a simple fix and will save you time and money!!
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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