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Navus gps My Navus GPS for Magnum, Dodge has a problem with touch screen, when press OK it shows letter L it get worse when temperature raises, any hope. Thanks.

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Check in the manual the procedure for touchpad calibration, but at a glance looks more if the screen is faulty, when is calibration is not affected by temperature.

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