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Anyone know where I can take/send a Garmin GPS for repair? It is an ancient one (210), but there is a reason I want to repair it instead of replacing it, unless it makes absolutely no sense.
 

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My Garmin went bad after 3 years. Water got inside the screen. I called the factory number and found they have flat price repairs.

My 168 sounder/GPS was 99 dollars no matter what happened to it. They gave me a return autho. number and charged my credit card. I had a new unit back within one week and Garmin took all my data and loaded it into the new one

Pretty good I would say

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Yep Garmin does have a flat rate. Sometimes on the older models they will offer to upgrade it for you if it is no longer in production, but it won't be for free. I had some warranty issues for a 240 blue and have nothing but good things to say about their service.
 

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Thanks for all the replies. Unfortunately, the unit is so old the website says flat rate repairs are no longer done -- but perhaps they will find it is the life time memory. Or not.
 
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