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Introduction

If your GPS is failing to find your location, lags, or performs oddly, you can use this guide to locate and replace the antenna, which is located inside the watch. To do this, you will need a T6 Torx screwdriver and a spudger. Tweezers are best used for extracting the GPS antenna.

Pièces

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  1. Use a T6 screwdriver to remove the five 1.7 mm screws from the watch face. Use a T6 screwdriver to remove the five 1.7 mm screws from the watch face.
    • Use a T6 screwdriver to remove the five 1.7 mm screws from the watch face.

  2. Carefully lift the face off the watch base.
    • Carefully lift the face off the watch base.

    • Do not yank the face. A ribbon connector connects the face and the motherboard, and yanking could result in damage to the motherboard or ribbon.

  3. Use a spudger to lift up and free the screen ribbon cable's press-fit connector from the motherboard.
    • Use a spudger to lift up and free the screen ribbon cable's press-fit connector from the motherboard.

  4. Set the watch face aside.
    • Set the watch face aside.

  5. Locate the antenna, which is located on the motherboard.
    • Locate the antenna, which is located on the motherboard.

  6. Carefully remove the antenna, and set it aside.
    • Carefully remove the antenna, and set it aside.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Adam Estabrook

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Hi, where did you get a replacement Antenna?`I have a Fenix 3 with no GPS reception at all..

Regards, Nico

Nico Baumgartner - Réponse

Same as you…

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