TS3 GPS Problem
1. Find an area with wide open sky. A parking lot or a playfield would be ideal. A top of a building will do too.
2. Turn off the GPS then back on again. Go to the GPS menu and in the INFO submenu refresh the GPS data.
3. A screen will comeup that will inform you how many satelites the GPS found. Ideally this number should be between 4-6. This doesn't matter much because the coordinates will be available even with 3 sats.
4. Write down the coordinates and repeat from step 2 above.
Do you get the same coordinates every time? If not then you should contact Panasonic support with your findings.
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