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Cannot release the vacuumn cup on 205w mount.

How to release the vacuumn cup, to remove the mount on205i series?

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  • gdbjboyd Dec 11, 2009

    Sorry about that. Garmin GPS 255w. Can you release the vacuumn cup, to remove the mount?

  • gdbjboyd Dec 11, 2009

    Sorry about that. Garmin 255w.

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    who makes the 205I?

  • redstar29 May 11, 2010

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They just pull off, or if they are really stuck use a putty knife to pry up the edge of the suction cup, have the same GPS so know this well.

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A door panel removal tool works best, but if you have a stiff putty knife about 4" long and 1 1/4" wide it will work if you are careful. Start at the bottom of the panel and work your way around. Insert the blade all the way in between the panel and the door with the edge of the blade right next to the plastic fastener. Then pull the tool handle away from the door slowly. It will take a bit of pressure to get the first one or two clips to release.

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