Question about Magellan GPS
I took the 2 tiny rubber plugs out of the black part of the case, and underneath them were small screws. I removed the screws and used a credit card to pry open the case. The credit card helps snap the latches around the inside edge of the case. Finally I used the credit card to pop the double tape seal inside the middle of the black cover. All of this, only to see that the power connection wasn't loose but detached from the circuit board. Even if I fixed it, it appears to be a very poor design for something that needs to be unplugged frequently.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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