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Roadmate 760 won't turn on..

When I plug the power adapter into the car , the screen flashes white and then nothing. I can't get it to 'boot.' Pressing the the blue power button on the left does nothing. If I unplug the power and plug it back in, same thing happens: white screen flashes for half a second and then nothing. I changed the fuse in the car adapter and had the same results. Thanks for and advice/help you can offer. -Joe

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Re: Roadmate 760 won't turn on..

White screen is giong to either be your LCD or Hard Drive. I would try changing out either one of these. If your warranty's out or dont' want to pay to send it in, then try this. Make sure the cables coming from the LCD to the mainboard (the large PCB (circuit board)), also, make srue the cable going from your Hard Drive to the Main board is tight. I'd even release each cable and plug them back in. Hope this helps. -Daniel

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