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Charge the unit overnight with a high power usb charger, 2A or above. If it turns on after that, check your auto charging cable. It should have a red led that illuminates if it has power. If it does not, then it is either the cable or a fuse blown in your car. If the gps still does not turn on after chargning overnight, you have a batter issue. Amazon sells battery kits.
Charge the unit overnight with a high capacity usb charger, 2A or higher. If the probably persists, you have either a batter issue (Amazon sells battery kits) or your car charging system is defective. Your device is not getting enough charge to stay on.
Red light normally means that the battery needs charging. The green flashing light can mean the battery is charging or has charged, and the same with the solid green light. Green in this case is good.
Charge the unit overnight and see what the indicator state is. It should not take more than 8 hours of charging for a Li-ion battery. Once you know what the full state light looks at, then you can tell what the charging indicator looks like.
In all cases, ensure you are using the proper charger with the unit.
Make sure the battery is inserted correctly in the cordless handset and that it is left on the charging cradle to fully charge overnight.
If the battery still does not power the phone even after charging, then the battery may be permanently depleted. Try buying a new battery for the unit. Be sure to fully charge the new battery as well before using.
Haven't been able to locate a user guide for the multi-unit charger. However, it is pretty much plug-in-n-play. It can charge a battery inside a radio, or also accommodate a battery alone in each of 6 cups. As for replacement parts, they are not available, and you cannot purchase the multi-unit tray separate from the power supply. This is a slow rate charger and would take 10 hours to charge your batteries (or overnight). Radios/batteries should only be placed on the charger when nearly depleted. (Consider your charge a place your radios go to bed overnight.)
If you are having difficulty with charging, clean your battery contacts on the exterior of the radio and inside the charger cups with a pencil eraser.
If you are charging your unit with the USB cable STOP - use only a wall plug. The unit will not charge using the USB cable. If you don't have the wall unit - try charging it with the car plug charger for 15 minutes. Just let the car charge it running or not. You will see it work. Once it is charge over half way - the rest will charge up. It is a problem Gamin is working on.
It depends on what you mean by charging overnight.
1. When you connect the charger, it shows on the phone that it's charging but after a while if you unplug the charger, it's still not charged: if it's the case, that means the battery is dead and needs to be replaced.
2. When you connect the charger, it doesn't show the phone charging: in this case it can be the charger brocken or the phone charge connector is faulty. you can verify that by moving the charger connector a little bit and see if it will start charging, if not you can try with another charger. if it doesn't charge even with another charger, at this time i will say for sure that the phone charge connector is faulty and needs a repair.
Yes!!! Please charge the unit overnight. You didn't say what model you have. If it's a 2xx series, plug in the charger and move the on/off switch momentarily to the left until you see the screen say charging. Set the unit down and the screen will go off. If you touch the screen again, it will come on. After charging is done, when you touch the screen it will say charging is complete. Remove the charger. If its' a 3xx or 6xx product, hold down the on/off power button until you get the charge screen.
Sounds like you both have a battery problem. I experienced a similar problem when trying to charge via the USB-cable connected to my computer. Ended up buying an original charger (expensive) and the charging went smooth. The car charger should in any case work fine, so probably your battery is not very healthy.
Try holding your finger on the battery symbol for about 10 sec. The unit will then switch to a technical page. There you can observe the battery and charging voltage. When I plug in my computer USB-cable, I read around 4,4V and that is not sufficient for charging my battery. When connected to the original charger, this voltage rises to about 5V which gives a nice charge. When unplugging charger, the unit displays the battery capacity. If the charging voltage is OK, but battery capacity drops quickly after you unplug charger cable, the battery is probably bad. (Of course you have to charge is for some time) I think around 4V battery voltage give 100% capacity. 3,9V gives about 90% capacity. This will not solve your problem, but can give you an idea about what is wrong. Good luck.