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How do I change speed notification from miles per hour to kilometres on my gps 84h-3

My current device has speed shown in m/h. In Australia we have km/h. I would like to change it on my device. However the device won't allow change.

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Annie, I do not have this model of GPS, on some if it can be done, you will have to go to the menu/tools/settings/system
and choose mph or kms in units, or try clicking on the MPH being displayed and see if it gives option to change to Kms. Check the attached links,manual,instruction and guides, Good luck
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How to Use Gps 84H 3
JTD GPS 84H 3 User Manual
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