Question about Garmin StreetPilot 2610 GPS Receiver
Your screen needs to be recalibrated Press the "Menu" key Select Display When the "Automatice Brightnesss comes on the screen Press the "Find" Key, follow the instructions you will have to touch the dot that comes on the screen about four times and then you will be able to touch all keys when completed
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
I corrected my problem. It was a pain, but I pulled the thing apart and cleaned the screen around the edge of the frame. It had alot of dust and particles there. Put it back together and with one calibration it works fine.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
Mine isn't working at all. When it asks to presson the red dots, nothing happens????
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
I have performed the calibration (3) times. When I go back into the car during high heat, the problem reoccurs. My remote will not work. I point it at the eye and nothing happens. Anyone have a solution for my remote?
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
Touch screen not working at all
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
June 9, 2008
Yes, Yes, Yes it worked. I love my Garmin. I had received permission from my wife to use her Tom Tom. Then, I found this web site and fixed my screen. I am a traveling salesman and need to use it daily in my work. Thanks for the help!
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
Wow.. I couldn't believe it.. sigh.. i took this post (see below) from a solution to a 2620 Garmin. and YES.. it worked..
Well.. after running all the diagnostics nothing much happened.. I had done that before.. the part that really helped was the idea (as stupid as it sounds) to keep on running the screen recalibration test, after I did it continously on the 5th time the problem was fixed and my touch screen is back to normal.
I hope this helps..
(8) Simultaneously hold down the PAGE, MENU & ROUTE buttons while turning on the 2620. A SCREEN CALIBRATION adjustment screen will apear. Quickly touch the points indicated as the calibration program runs. At the end of this procedure, the screen will display a window indicating that the calibration either "PASSED" or "FAILED." If it "PASSED," continue to steps (8)-(9). If it "FAILED," turn off the 2620 and repeat this step. If, after three calibrations attempts, each one is "FAILED," then also turn off the 2620 and proceed to steps (8)-(9).
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
If you get the "calibration failed" message, you can always use the remote. I'm convinced the 2610 is heat sensitive, as the problem only occurs in hot weather.
I have had this problem and others with my 2610.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
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