Nuvi 3590LM is still on summertime

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    larsras

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    Hi

    Just observed this. Tried a reset, but didn't help.
    My other Garmins: Zumo 220 and 390 have both changed.

    Any ideas?

    br Lars
     
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    Has the 3590 had a satellite 'fix' recently?, time / date is usually automatically set from satellite data, Is the Time / Date correct apart from the summertime offset?

    Some handhelp Garmin GPSs have Setup - Time - Daylight Saving Time option, however on my Nuvi 56 the closest menu I can find is Settings - Units & Time - Current Time (Set The Device Clock) - Automatic.

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    Yes I has a sat fix.
    Another issue discovered: it does not automatically change between night and day lighting. And yes, it is in auto, and bot night and day settings switches to there respective display.
     
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    Is the Time / Date correct apart from the summertime offset?

    Time is displayed in the top bar of the main screen

    For Date goto :- Apps >> Where I've Been
     
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    Yes, time is correct except from the 1hr diff.
    I just did a reset again before I wrote previous reply, so not sure the date is correct as I haven't been anywhere since, but it shows 29-03-2000.
    Have now tried to do to walking navigation, but date never changes.
     
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    You have the "GPS Rollover Week Number" issue. Garmin fixed most units, but they didn't fix all of them. If your unit is already updated with the latest software, thru WEBUPDATER or GARMIN EXPRESS, I would guess your GPS model is one affected. Search, "Garmin GPS Week Number Rollover Statement" for more info.
     
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    That was also what I had in mind, but I still think it is strange that it has worked perfectly until 27/10-19 when we changed back to normal time.
     
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    The lastest affected date for this issue was April 2019. We were on daylight saving, so the time may have been correct, but the date could have been off by 19.7 years. On my affected unit, nuvi 1100, I didn't notice the issue until the recent time change because I never looked at the date. I thought it had a time change issue, but later found date off by 19.7 years thru TOOLS-WORLD CLOCK on unit.
     
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    I have the same problem with my 3590. I called garmin but they were clueless other than the usual resets which of course did not fix the issue.
     
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