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Old 07 August 2020, 16:33   #1
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The LCD screen on my GPS has started to bleed and Iím wondering if itís possible to just get a new screen for it or whether I will need to replace the entire unit. Anyone know?
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Old 08 August 2020, 04:24   #2
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The LCD screen on my GPS has started to bleed and Iím wondering if itís possible to just get a new screen for it or whether I will need to replace the entire unit. Anyone know?


Contact Garmin customer services,they can often be surprisingly accommodating.
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Contact Garmin customer services,they can often be surprisingly accommodating.

I have the same unit with no problems .....but Garmen are pretty good usually.
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The LCD screen on my GPS has started to bleed and I’m wondering if it’s possible to just get a new screen for it or whether I will need to replace the entire unit. Anyone know?
I have to agree with PD ,those garmin support guys are second to none ,definite way to go ,and as an aside i have a perfect functioning 750 with no depth so if you do have to replace, i may be up for the scrap !
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Screen went on mine and Garmin told me there were no spares and no way of repairing it. I had a look myself and couldn't sort it so I replaced it with a 751xs model which went in the same hole with very little modification needed
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