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Reset the unit by clearing the memory. Hold the RIGHT ARROW key and press the POWER BUTTON, while holdingthe RIGHT ARROW key until the DELETE MEMORY screen appears. Select YES and press ENTER. Then procede to initialize the GPS. Leave it outdoors for an hour or so to acquire satelite feed.
Magellan has to change the batteries But they will probably just sell you a refurbished unit. BUT if your good you can take the thing apart and try to locate a replacement battery Three years old? I'd try to find a battery
I Experienced the same problem the last two weeks. I read your suggestion about the right key/power button. The GPS asked me wheter I wanted to clear the memory yes or no. After "yes" i had to reenter my country and date/time. After doing this it took gps310 more than an hour to get its first fix. But it works again.
I lost the ability to charge mine after the female piece of the adapter on the unit itself was worn after a year of use. The company has been clueless, and three attempts to urge them to simplify my efforts to fix this have all met with frustration. They suck at Magellan. I threw it in the trash and bought a Garmin.