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unplugging Garmin 3210

Old 01-28-2007, 08:10 AM
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I just wondered if I am going to loose all my setup if I unplugg my 3210 screen to store it for a week when I'm not using the boat.
It's on a stand not flush mounted.

Old 01-28-2007, 08:14 AM
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You shouldn't, granted I wouldn't walk across a shag carpet with wool socks on shuffling my feet while putting it in your closet.
Old 01-29-2007, 08:15 AM
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I took mine out for the winter. I also purchased a AC adapter, so I could fool around with it, inside the house. The adapter also comes with a computer connection.
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Don't worry, it won't be a catastrophe if you unplug it. Everything will still be there even if you plug it back in next spring.
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Sorry, I didn't realize i was a little vague, what I should have said was that you shouldn't lose any settings or data.
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iIhave actually entered data to my Garmin while in the house and attached to my boat battery. You can add routes and waypoints. Use the simulator mode and it stores points and routes.

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