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No, typically with led matrix screens, it is near impossible to find someone to replace screen for cheaper than new unit. Same goes for tvs and computers, etc. Also, and not to be rude but rather if you are faced with buying another unit, do not buy Hummingbird. They are a very cheap quality for not much less money. Best bet will be either Furuno or Garmin. Good luck!
Is the Unit being fully charged before using it. Your Unit should have a Reset on the bottom of the GPS. Use a paper clip and press into rest hole with the Unit turned on. It will now shut off, restart the Unit. Usually this will helps with a lot of the problems. Good Luck!!
I had this happen to me on one occasion with a nuvi 1300. Pressing the power button any number of times would not turn on the unit. Also, plugging in the car charger did not turn on the unit or charge it either.
I found that holding the power button for 10-15 seconds forced the unit to reboot, and it started just fine after that.
Since then, I've had an even more irritating issue, where holding the power button for 10-15 seconds would restart the unit, but it would freeze at the "loading maps." part. I ended up plugging the unit into my PC, which started it for purposes of data transfer. I then disconnected it from the PC and it restarted properly.
Try those out and see if you have any better luck.
Hummingbird will refurbish that one for around 150US dollars, better then 500+ for a new one. If the screen is subjected to direct sunlight and heats up it can go out. This is why they discontinued the 67 model and replaced it with the 767.
We have an old Hummingbird Depth Sounder (Wide 100, 94 model) and it turns on but must be on test mode or smething cause we can not get it off. Does anyone know or have a manual to solve this problem. Please help.
My 2200T developed similar problem and shut down and when attempting to start it, I received “low battery message”. After getting a run around from the manufacturer (out of warranty by a month), I decided to take a look myself. This does not men that I encourage just anyone to do this and if you break the unit more seriously I am not responsible. The process is as follows: Unscrew the back panel (six screws), gently remove it (be careful of the speaker wires attached to the PC board). You do not have to remove the back panel any further than to get access to the power outlet (where you plug in the power supply). On the inside of the unit, on top of the outlet is a thin copper plate, it is likely that it was bend up with use and lost contact with the plug. Gently bend it inwards using a small screwdriver (be careful not to break it). That should do it. Your unit should be getting the power and battery should charge now.