Question about GPS
I have tried it in the car changed the lead and tried it in the office it just holds a charge long enough to start up then closed down
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tomtom GO 910
Check your battery symbol.
On mine, the battery is dead (or mechanically disconneced inside).
You need to reset the unit by pressing the tiny button on the back.
Problem is that when you remove the unit from the charging stand, the dead battery does not allow you to press the reset button. (Pressing the reset button with no battery cannot reset the unit)
IF you could press the reset button while plugged into the charger, you could get you unit working again. But..alas, the design of the unit prohibits you from doing so.
Chances are if you fix the battery problem, you will have a usable unit again.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: tomtom go910
Same problem with ours, took it back to the shop (Halfords) after 18 months, tthey sent it to TomTom who replaced the internal rechargable battery and now it's OK.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
i had a similar problem with my go 710, there is a new version of tomtom home to download now, try that first also i have vista on my pc and when i put my tt710 into the dock my computer asked me to scan the drive as there were problems, i did this and wehey bobs your uncle, good luck
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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