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Question is unclear. But if you want both switches to throw at the same time all you need to do is connect the 3 terminals on one switch with the matching terminals on the other switch. Run a wire from left to left, center to center and right to right. If the switches do not switch into the same track just reverse the right and left wires on one of the switches.
Centering the belt.Tension adjusters are at the front of the track( as you get on) If the belt is to far to the right ,use an allen key, or the allen wrench that should have been supplied, in the right hand side tension bolt and turn it clock wise 1/4 of a turn at a time until the belt runs and remains in the center. And if its the left hand side turn the left hand tensioner bolt 1/4of a turn clock wise until it runs in the center.
Try going into your applications screen, Which can also be the home screen if you have your theme set for it. Try clicking on your blackberry button, the one to the left of your trackball, which will bring up a small menu, scroll to show all and click your track ball. Then you need to find the address book icon and click your blackberry button. If hide is checked in the menu uncheck it by clicking your track ball again. This should unhide it and make it available on your screen again.
I battled with the track falling off for over a season. The pool guys said they fixed it. Tried the previous solution to adjust middle wheel but no luck. My solution was to remove the left wheel and the tank (to get to the screws). The wheel mount allows for minor adjustment but it is also reversible. Turn the mount around and this will extend the wheel base much more. Mine ran for several hours after doing this and so far the track stays on.
I have found that waypoints, routes and directions work only when I load it on the unit itself as opposed to the SD card. The SD card works more like an expansion slot for pictures or maps.
When you open up Mapsource you'll see the map on the right and the pane on the left, above the pane there are 4 tabs (Maps, Waypoints, Routes and Tracks). As you select a map or create a waypoint, route or track. It will put a number in parenthesis which will increase in numbers as you add an item corresponding to each category, for example if you create a waypoint. So once you have done that, click on the TRANSFER tab in the Menu selection bar and choose SEND TO DEVICE. A window will pop up that will say...Device: with a drop down menu if your Garmin unit has an SD card in it, if not it will just show the Garmin unit. Then right below that there will be a section that says WHAT TO SEND with 4 check boxes that will say Maps, Waypoints, Routes and Tracks. Make sure that you have selected the Garmin unit, not the SD, and the waypoints, routes or tracks you want to send. I hope this solves your problem or at least points you in the right direction...