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Consistent errors are usually projection or datum related. If you are taking coordinates collected in one projection and displaying them in your GPS in another, you the points will offset. I'm not talking about the decimal degrees 00.000n 000.0000w vs 00 00 00N 00 00 00W. I'm talking about the geographic model to represent the surface of the earth. Google Earth generally uses a geographic projection with WGS 1984 or WGS84 Datum. Make sure you are using the same settings on your GPS.
I had the same thing happen. The problem is that the internal lithium battery is shot. Solution: phone Garmin at 1-800-800-1020 x 2,2,1. You send the receiver in along with a $42.41 check. They will probably replace the unit. They will explain exact procedures when you call.
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Find page > Waypoints Scroll down to the waypoint you want to delete Press ENTER and the waypoint details will come up Move your toggle to the left to highlight the DELETE tab at the bottom of your screen Press ENTER, screen popup asking "Do you really want to delete waypoint x? Highlight YES and press ENTER.
Here's the link to the user manual if you need it;
To manually enter in the coordinates for a waypoint on the 60 or 76 -series units, use the following steps:
Press and hold the 'Mark' button.
Use the up arrow to scroll up to the "Location" field and press 'Enter'.
A new box pops up to enter in the new coordinates.
Go to "OK" and press 'Enter'.
Select "OK" at the bottom right corner to save all changes.
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