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I recieved my new GPS today> It is a Garmin750. It has a non-user-replaceable lithium-ion battery in it and it says battery low. Does that mean it needs a new battery? I haven't even used it yet?

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You just need to recharge it. I have a different model but, should be the same. Connect the unit to a USB port on your computer or the car charger to recharge it.

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