Question about Tomtom One Europe v2 GPS Receiver
The directions say it will stick to glass... but it wont stick to anything and i dont know what to do. there is a little thing that looks like kinda like a suction cup. but it wont stick to anything
The soft vinyl suction cup has two ears. Behind the ears are two depressions in the mount ring. The vinyl shapes itself into the depressions and forms two tiny gaps when you try to stick it to the windshield.
Place a pencil or other small round object between the ring and the soft vinyl part. Bend the vinyl outward. You may not be able to see the difference, but it should now stick
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Check out this link...It's a movie of how the EasyPort is supposed to work...looks like the key is turning the ring on the back of the suction cup clockwise while kissed up to the glass
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
It won't stick!! No kidding!! They drop all the time after a little bump or a turn!! We found the best solution for this problem. We use a new product, so called "SlapOn" space age adhesive on the dashboard and just throw our GPS directly on it, and it sticks and stays!! Basically, you can throw a lot of other things on it, too, like iphone, cell phone, or lighters. It can be removed anywhere on the flat surfaces, reused hundreds of times and against the water and UV under extreme weahters. Forget about the suction cup!! It never works in my bathroom or anywhere for too long anyway!!! Or, you can use SlapOn on the back of the suction cup to stick on the windshield. That's the only way that can help the suction cup that won't **** stay...... Look at the picture attached. SlapOn is basically just a piece of very strong and weird vinyl adhesive, and the cell phone sticks to it. It doesn't stick on my hand, but it just stays. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
I had the same problem and fixed it by running a letter opener around the suction cup where it is glued to plastic. After that while push hardturn the dial clock wise about halfay though the turn push down on the two ears and finish the turn.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
I had the same issue out of the box.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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