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    Default Magellan GPS 3000

    Anyone have one of these babies? I got on at a garage sale but it needs the lot-lan plugged in manually to initialize. Anyone else have this issue?

    George

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    I had a Magellan 2000 GPS and if I remember correctly, I had to do the same thing to it. It was a basic, no frills unit (as compared to what is available today) that worked pretty good. I am not sure what happened to it, but it just stopped receiving sattelite signals so I replaced it with a new Garmin.

    If you don't have the owners manual for yours, you can download it from Magellan's webiste. Here is a link that should take you to their discontinued models.

    http://www.magellangps.com/support/obsoleteProducts.asp

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    Thanks AKDreamer,
    I downloaded the manual and it helped alot. I have an old Garmin GPS 45 that is much easier.

    If anyone is interested in this Magellan make an offer. I like trades...

    George

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    makes great a paper weight...If their namesake had one he'd never would have made it to the Straits.
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