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NUVI 660FM SERIAL NO 15J001782 TRAFFIC RECEIVER ID 3328559813 SUBSCRIPTION CODE AGXYS-U9TNR-2DDL8-MHQRH-PLH4N PURCHASED TRAFFICMASTER LIFETIME SUBSCRIPTION LAST SUNDAY 29 JUNE AND HAS NOT ACTIVATED THANKS

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Contact service center for your problem to get solved

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You need to contact the customer service

no other option

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Best contact Garmin customer service. Only they will be able to assist you in this

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