Is the power button on your Garmin Approach G6 worn out or is the rubber housing around it damaged?
One of the most frequent issues encountered with the Garmin Approach G6 is the deterioration of the housing that encases the power button. Over time, this housing tends to degrade and eventually break apart. In most cases, this results in the device being unable to power on since it’s impossible to engage the power switch inside.
To make the process as transparent and uncomplicated as possible for our clients, we offer a fixed-price service for any problems related to the power button or damaged housing. We utilise a Genuine Used Garmin Part to replace the entire housing. After the repair, we assure you that the device will again power on with the power button.
It’s important to note that this part needs to be sourced from overseas, so the repair turnaround time is approximately 10 – 20 business days.
The main colour is BLACK!
Furthermore, our repair services come with a comprehensive warranty for your peace of mind.