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When I visit Google Maps in the Google Chrome browser, all I see is a blank grid for the "Map" mode. The "Satellite" mode works fine.

I don't see this issue in Firefox and Edge. Why does Google's own browser have this bug, and how can I fix it?

I've been having this issue for several months.

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Visit maps.google.com in the latest chrome

If you ever see a blank map grid, it could be because of a bugged cookie Google left in your browser. How to Geek recommends you to just delete the cookies and see if that fixes the problem.


You have to open google map in secure website... or you can search google map on google then open first website. it helps.

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    Can you elaborate on what you mean by "you have to open google map in secure website"? Do you mean HTTPS? This is very unclear at present. – jonsca Jul 9 '18 at 1:40

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