Ga 400 1B DISPLAY PROBLEM

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    Ga 400 1B DISPLAY PROBLEM

    Hello!
    I have new ga 400-1b (model with negative display) , the display (digits) are fading while moving through the settings menu via rotary switch.I am posting a video link below.Do you have any idea what is the issue ?

    https://youtu.be/kknZtpay17M

    Thanks in advance !

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    Re: Ga 400 1B DISPLAY PROBLEM

    normally id say its a battery issue but from the video it looks like its completely blacking out (your shakey video doesnt help :p )
    is there anything in the manual for that setting mode? are you scrolling thru timezones?

    display looks pretty visible (re: not a flat battery) when youre not scrolling so if its only during setting, i wouldnt worry too much about it
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