Question about Garmin Edge 305 GPS Receiver
Could be yes. There are contacts inside the device that become sensitive to vibrations after a while.
I have seen on Internet that it may also be due to USB plug that acts on these contacts.
Anyway in this situation there is no other way than opening the devices and soldering contacts or adding wires to replace these contacts.
As opening device is not at all easy, I recommend you send your device to Garmin support.
Otherwise please check the relevant procedure on the internet
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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