Question about Tomtom XL 330 Car GPS Receiver
I have had my TomTom for about 8 months and have always found that the battery does not last long, it has now got to the stage that you can charge it fully and turn it off overnight and it is dead in the morning. Is this a common problem? What can I do about it and if the battery needs replacing would this be covered by the warranty?
Yes , it should be covered by warranty. It's not a common problem but sometimes batteries do fail. It's a bit like when a light bulb goes in your house , you can get a brand new one out of the cupboard , plug it in and it either goes right away or only lasts a short while. Where thats the case the bulb was in fact defective and not fit for purpose. Same with your Tomtom battery . Good luck when you contact TomTom.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
If you need a new battery and want to replace it yourself, you can purchase one from NewPower99.com - it comes with video instructions and tools so I found it was not too hard to do. Here is a link -
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