Question about Rand Mcnally Car GPS Receiver
On most Gps unit that means you lost the signal to the satellites. Each manufacturer has a different way of saying it but it all means the same thing. If your in an open area with no obstructions over head (like going through a tunnel while driving or tall trees in a forest that would block your signal) your signal should come right back. If not contact your vendor of your unit there is an internal problem with it.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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