Garmin Zumo-400-500-550 replacement rubber keypads.

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  1. yohammer

    yohammer n00b

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    For sale "New Garmin Zumo 400 - 500 - 550 replacement keypads ".
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    After a while the Garmin Zumo 400 , 500 , 550 buttons on the keypad starting to crack and getting lose from the Garmin Zumo

    When that happened your Zumo is no more watertight and you can not operate your Zumo anymore.

    Now there are Replacement Keypads for your Zumo,after installing the replacement keypads to your Zumo the buttons works like new again and it is fully 100% watertight .

    The keypads comes as a set, left and right hand side,

    It comes also with a fully Detailed Installation Manual by E-Mail.

    The keypads have a 100% good fitment,you can drive now for some couple of more years with your fully operational Zumo.

    44 euro a set include shipping.
    Payment by PalPal.
    Worldwide Shipping
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  2. motolorenzo

    motolorenzo PRO DUST MAKER

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    A Big Aloha to ya. Do these buttons glue on right over the old rubber from Garmin? Also, what is the price in U.S. dollars shipped to 96737? Thanks, Renzo
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  3. yohammer

    yohammer n00b

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    Hello,Renzo
    You have to remove the old rubber keypads first (see first picture) before you install the new ones with silicone adhesive. The old ones are easy to remove.The price is 44€ include shipping world wide
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    YesRush Long timer

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    $51.85
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  5. g r a n t

    g r a n t Been here awhile

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    Took a chance and ordered the replacement buttons for my Zumo 450.

    Background: The GPS works totally fine, has lifetime map updates and helps me find my way. Unfortunately on my last ride the zoom button popped out. Not wanting to a.) send it to landfill b.) send it to a nearby service for repair at +/-$250 CDN or c.) buy a new one I figured a few Euros and a 14 day wait would be worth it.

    I have not installed them yet but will try sometime this month. The parts appear well made and look correct when I hold them up to the GPS unit. The communication with the vendor was prompt and clear. Shipping was immediate as soon as PayPal payment was received. Package arrived from overseas to Toronto in 14 days total. Not too bad.

    Will update after install.
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  6. Yermo

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  7. g r a n t

    g r a n t Been here awhile

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    Well, that’s inspirational. The same buttons I noted above remain neatly packed in their original envelope, on my desk, next to my computer. Between, work, family, kids’ sports and building a studio addition to my house the GPS priority is fallen way down the list. Your post may dust off that to-do list. Thanks. G.
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  8. rickyc4

    rickyc4 FF Rancher

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    are these still available,? and how do I buy them?
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  9. rickyc4

    rickyc4 FF Rancher

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    ?????? still available?
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  10. bcum1

    bcum1 beemerfixer

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    I would like to know if these buttons are still available for sale or now unobtainable
    Thanks
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  11. Sparke

    Sparke Been here awhile

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    Can the key pad rubber be removed and replaced without opening the units plastic shell? Could the old adhesive be cleaned. and if necessary the tabs be trimmed off the new rubber, before using the adhesive to hold the the new rubber in place?
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