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Garmin GPSMap 4010,OEM Quick Reference Guide
Finding a Marine Service and Navigating to It
To find and navigate to a marine service from your current location:
1. From the Home screen, select Where To? > Offshore Services.
2. Select the marine service category to which you want to navigate. The chartplotter shows the
list of the 50 nearest locations and the distance and bearing to each.
3. Select the marine service item to which you want to navigate. A screen containing information
about the selected marine service appears.
4. Select Navigate To > Go To to navigate directly to the location. (Or, select Route To to create
a specific route to the location.)
5. Follow the colored line on the screen to the destination.
List of Marine Service Items
Go to Destination
Navigating to a Destination on the Chart
To navigate to a destination on the chart:
1. From the Home screen, select Charts > Navigation Chart.
2. By pressing the Rocker, use the map pointer ( ) to select the point on the chart where you
want to go.
3. Select Navigate To.
4. Select Go To to navigate directly to the location, or select Route To to create a specific route
to the location.
5. Follow the colored line on the Navigation chart to the destination.
Navigation Chart
Go to Destination
Marking a Waypoint
To mark your current location as a waypoint:
1. From any screen, press MARK.
2. Select Edit to designate a specific name, symbol, water depth, water temperature, or add
a comment.
To create a new waypoint:
1. From the Home screen, select Charts > Navigation Chart.
2. By pressing the Rocker, use the map pointer ( ) to select the location you want to save
as a waypoint.
3. Select Create Waypoint.
Navigation Chart
Editing or Deleting a Waypoint
To edit a waypoint:
1. From the Home screen, select Information > User Data > Waypoints.
2. Select the waypoint you want to edit.
3. Select Review > Edit.
4. Select the waypoint attribute you want to change (Name, Symbol, Depth, Water Temp,
or Comment).
To delete a waypoint:
1. From the Home screen, select Information > User Data > Waypoints.
2. Select the waypoint you want to delete.
3. Select Review > Delete.
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Turning the Chartplotter On and Off
To turn on the chartplotter:
1. Press and release the Power key.
2. When the warning screen appears, press SELECT.
To turn off the chartplotter:
1. Press and hold the Power key.
2. If one chartplotter is connected, it shuts down. If multiple chartplotters are connected, a
prompt asks if you want to turn off the entire system. Select Yes to turn off the entire network,
or select No to put the chartplotter in sleep mode.
Using the Man Overboard Feature
Using the GPSMAP 4000 Series Keypad
To mark and navigate to a Man Overboard (MOB) location:
1. From any screen, press MARK.
2. Select Man Overboard.
3. Follow the colored line on the screen to the spot
where the MOB feature was activated.
To delete an MOB location:
1. From the Home screen, select Information >
User Data > Waypoints.
2. Select the MOB location you want to delete.
MOB locations are marked with the
symbol.
3. Select Review > Delete.
Automatic Backlight Sensor—detects ambient light and allows the
backlight to adjust automatically.
Power/Backlight—press and hold to turn the chartplotter on or off.
Press and release to adjust the backlight.
Range (+/-)—press up (+) and down (-) to increase and decrease
the map zoom scale.
Rocker—press up, down, left, and right to move the map pointer
and enter data.
SELECT—press to confirm messages and select items.
MARK—press to mark your current location as a Waypoint.
Man Overboard
MENU—press to view additional options on most screens.
HOME—press at any time to return to the Home screen.
Adjusting the Backlight and Color Mode
Using Combination Screens
To adjust the backlight level:
1. While the chartplotter is on, press and release the Power key.
2. Select Backlight.
3. Select an option to adjust the backlight:
• To allow the chartplotter to automatically adjust the backlight based on ambient light, select
Auto.
• To manually adjust the backlight, select Up or Down, or use the Rocker.
To access and change screen combinations:
1. Complete one of the following actions to access the Edit Combination screen:
• From the Combinations screen, press MENU and then select Change Combination.
• From the Home screen, select Combinations > Unused Combo (if one is available).
2. Select an option to customize the Combinations screen. If you have a BlueChart®
g2 Vision® SD card or are connected to network devices such as sonar and radar, more
combination screen options will be available.
• Select Functions to select the number of combination screens.
• Select Layout to change to vertical or horizontal layout.
• Select XM Bar to toggle the XM® bar on or off.
• Select Data Bar to toggle the data bar on or off.
• Select a numbered option, such as 1. Nav Chart or 2. Sonar in the example below, to
select the combination screen to view.
Combination
screen 1
To adjust the color mode:
1. Press and release the Power key.
2. Select Color Mode.
3. Select Day Colors, Night Colors, or Auto.
Combination
screen 2
Numeric Keypad (4010/4210/4012/4212 only)—enter numbers and
letters into fields instead of using the Rocker.
Soft Keys—press the Soft Key next to the option you want to view
to select it.
SD Card Slot—insert a BlueChart g2 Vision SD card to access
additional features on your GPSMAP 4000 series chartplotter. Insert
a blank SD card to transfer user data to other GPSMAP 4000/5000
series chartplotters or a PC.
Tips and Shortcuts
• Press HOME from any screen to return to the Home screen.
• Press MENU from any of the main screens to access advanced settings.
• Press and release the Power key to adjust the backlight and color mode.
Go to www.garmin.com for additional documentation and information.
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product
warnings and other important information.
Garmin®, the Gamin logo, GPSMAP®, BlueChart®, and g2 Vision® are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries,
registered in the USA and other countries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin.
XM® is a registered trademark of XM Satellite Radio Inc.
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© 2010 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
June 2010
Part Number 190-00779-01 Rev. E
Printed in Taiwan
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