To say that I'm a little disappointed is an under statement. Had a Roadmate 800; had the screen display go bonkers for no apparent reason. Fired it up one morning and the display was completely garbled. Contacted Magellan and they replaced it with a brand new Maestro 4210. Received the unit last week Thursday. This morning I fired up the new unit for my daily trek to work. To my disbelieve; the screen display on this unit also went bonkers. Not as bad as the Roadmate 800; but still a bit garbled! It seems that when I powered up the unit and went to hit the "I Agree" button on it's opening screen; the display around the button went garbled.
Wondering if anyone else has had any problems with their screen display.
It seems that when I powered up the unit and went to hit the "I Agree" button on it's opening screen; the display around the button went garbled.
Whoa, DUDE, you have electric fingers !!!
It would appear that something in your environment is affecting the screens........going from very warm to very cold; exposure to strong magnetic or electrical or RF fields.
I'd say you need to do a little detective work.......or else it could just be "Murphy".
Could be Murphy! He and I are buddies!
Could be the "very warm to very cold" scenario; as here in Calgary; both times that this happened it was bitterly cold and I moved the GPS from the warm house to the cold vehicle.
Don't know about the electric fingers though!
This doesn't really apply to the magellans, but I know when I update my Garmin with firmware updates, as soon as it boots, it "garbles" my screen.
I just have to turn it off and back on to correct it.
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