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Recently after working one day the next day when i tried to use mt tom tom 710 it wouldnt switch on but the mains light was lit when plugged into cig lighter

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Try giving it a full charge. I used different model Tom Tom that would not turn on even if plugged in until after the battery was recharged.

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I've had this problem twice. The solution above is correct. Plug in for a few hours (more than 3) and then you will be able to turn it on. It just needs a full charge

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