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Battery drain New batteries run down in about 1-hour and unit is warm.

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Why does my car battery keep going nearly flat.even after I buy new 1 week latr it drains or alternater cant keep volts up

with car running disc the positive battery cable and if car dies you have a bad alternator, if the car keeps running than it should be good, let it run for a while. Then you need to look for something that is on and draining your battery.

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Premature power down.

Check for loose or corroded power connections.

Jul 12, 2013 | Lowrance LCX-113C HD GPS Receiver

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If it needs to be charged for 2 hours will it run down your car battery???

You can safely plug it in overnight, if you wish so and if it is safe from burglary. It will not discharge your battery as these units takes only very little power.

May 15, 2010 | Tomtom XL 330S GPS Receiver

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The GO 720 charges quite slowly when attached to the in-vehicle cigarette lighter cord. If you have a USB attachment (that allows you to connect the GO720 to your computer) just insert the GO720 into the USB cradle - you don't have to turn it on - and let it sit there for about 10 hours. You should see the green light on the GO720 indicating that power is being received. In fact, I don't think you even need to turn on the computer, as power is always fed to the USB circuit. If you see the green light, then the GO720 is being charged. I think your GPS just needs a good charge.

Nov 22, 2009 | Tomtom GO 720 GPS Receiver

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Battery on my garmin c510 sat nan wount hold a charge how easy is it to change

Had the same problem. Fixed with a new battery. Takes the same as a Streetpilot c530 and can be purchased anywhere on line. A 10 minute job with a soldering iron.

1. Open face plate. Unscrew 4 screws. Remove battery connector and clip.
2. Unsolder the wires to the two speakers - 4 wires.
3. Remove the sticky wrap from the old battery and place around the new one (to stop it rattling).
4. Solder back the new speaker wires.
5. Plug in battery, reassemble unit and charge Garmin off PC wih usb cable.

Sep 15, 2009 | Garmin StreetPilot C330 GPS Receiver

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Keeps powering down immediately after turning on

I have a similar issue, it does not even power on even connected to ac adapter.

May 22, 2009 | Garmin Nuvi 680 GPS Receiver

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1)the unit won't switch on for more than about 10 secs. I can't see the battery meter, but it's teh same if plugged into teh car charger or teh USB pon my laptop. 2)My software is out of date, and tehy...

leave the unit for a while until it replenishes its power, this is normal if the battery is fully drained, if it doesnt still after a period of time say 1-2 hours, then it is time to change the internal batt

Dec 12, 2008 | Garmin GPS Devices

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Dead unit

My Quest2 has a short in it that drains the battery even when it is turned off. But the battery lasts normal 15 to 20 hours when fully charged and unit is on. Whenever the battery is completely dead, I have to place it on the charger for a hour or two before the unit will even start even though it is plugged plugged in. The battery can be replaced by the staff at batteries plus for under $60.00 

Oct 12, 2008 | Garmin Quest GPS Receiver

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Gps 276C doesn't charge fully

Garmin has updates for this issue on the website but it doesn't fix all the units. Mine for example still does the whole "charge complete" thing when showing 1/2 a battery. The funny thing is I let it drain and the unit stays on for about 10 hours after it says the battery is dead. Garmin is working on a new fix and they said it should be up in about a week.

Nov 22, 2007 | Garmin GPSMAP 276C GPS Receiver

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No power in any way

I charged it for about an hour on the bus connector (wall outlet did not appear to generate any charge). I then opened up the back and removed the battery. Put the battery back in; see if it starts. If so, turn off immiediately and continue to charge it to a full charge (at least 12 hours).

I found other users who experienced the same problem when their battery drained down to a very low level. The unit goes zombie and needs both a charge AND full reset (battery removal) before it can be resurrected.

Aug 25, 2007 | Garmin zumo 550 GPS Receiver

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