Question about Magellan RoadMate 2000T GPS Receiver
My Roadmate 2000 takes hours to map a destination, will spontaneously display a list of maneuvers, or just shut off instead of starting a route. Battery condition seems okay (it runs off a car power cord anyway and fires right up when the ignition is turned on). I keep purging the list of recent addresses to avoid overloading the memory but that no longer seems to help.
I figured out, purely by accident, that you don't PUSH the "Reset" button on the left side of the unit (as I was told by two different Tech Support "Specialists" on two separate phone calls), but rather you SLIDE IT UPWARDS, using something like a paper clip or other pointed object. Tech support had me trying to PUSH it in for almost a half hour, and then suggested I go to the extent of downloading and installing a firmware upgrade.
SLIDING the Reset switch solved the problems in seconds!
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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