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rdmedders
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garmin 220

i got a 220 that ive had for several years , it still does good . In the last few months ive noticed it will power off without me doing anything, it will always power up again and does good.
i know its got some age on it , but anyone ever have this problem?

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Bruce m. Conkey
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Couple things to check. The batteries connections in the battery box need to be checked for any corrosion. Top side have been know to corrode up. I would also go through your track log and get rid of any old tracks you have. Both dog and handheld tracks. Sorry I can't be more help but if I think of anything else. I will share it.

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