Nuvi will not turn on
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On occasion, your Garmin GPS may experience technical
malfunctions, including failing to power up.
When this happens, perform a manual hard reset of the unit.
A soft reset entails holding the power button until the unit
powers down, and then pressing the it again to power the device back up.
However, when the unit won't turn on, a soft reset won't
work. In this case, a hard reset is the only way to get the device up and
Unplug power and USB cables to disconnect all sources of power to the unit.
Place your thumbnail into the groove located below the
Garmin logo on the face of the unit.
Pry the faceplate off using gentle pressure.
Press the reset button and hold for approximately 3
When the device is facing you, the reset button is located
in the middle of the right-hand side of the front of the device.
Snap the faceplate back into place.
Press the power button.
Your GPS should now turn back on.
Garmin Nuvi With No Power
A Garmin Nuvi is a type of GPS device that can help you find
your way around when traveling by motor vehicle.
You can mount the Garmin Nuvi inside the windshield of your
vehicle and allow it to acquire the satellite signal.
This tells the device where you're located.
After that, you can find simple directions to get to a new
location by entering the address into your Garmin Nuvi.
If you find that your Garmin Nuvi has limited or no power,
you will need to do some troubleshooting to get it to work.
Change the fuse within your unit's power cable.
If your Garmin Nuvi has no power, the fuse may be out,
meaning the device cannot be charged.
Plug your Garmin Nuvi into the power supply of your
vehicle and turn the vehicle on.
The device cannot charge and get power unless the vehicle is
Allow the Garmin Nuvi to charge fully.
You might be unplugging it from the power source too soon,
which could cause the device to have little or no power.
Regulate the temperature of your Garmin Nuvi.
It may not function properly if the temperature is too cold,
below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or too hot, above 113 degrees Fahrenheit.
Aug 10, 2013 |