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I touched the screen in error which has caused the problem

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Switch on the Tom Tom.
Press the map part of the screen
Press Change Preferences
Keep pressing the Blue Arrow until you see 'Turn screen upside down' and then press it.
Press Done
HTH
Peter

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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