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Wont power up

The unit simply wont turn on. I;ve checked voltage with a meter and i'm getting 12-14 volts to the contacts on the main holder? is there an internal fuse i;m missing or what. thanks Gary

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  • eammanning Oct 07, 2008

    Mine also has just completewly stopped working after 20 months. Won't power on by battery, when plugged in to car or thru computer USB connection.

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    I had the same problem with my garmin c330 and your advice for the reset button worked. Thanks for including the location!

  • roscolady May 01, 2009

    tried resetting, doesn't work. replaced fuse, doesn't work, any other advise?

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Remove face plate by placing thumbnail under garmin logo...press the reset button for a few seconds, and that should fix ya!

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