Re: no volume even thou I turned it up... cant even get...
1st of all what is it that you have there, a tom tom go? Sounds like a drum machine or keyboard with drum tempo. No reeeal solution here, except for suggesting that you check the company's website for info on access to a manual online, through snail mail or email.
I'm a musician myself, so i could relate about wanting to know how a high tech instrument works ...If that's what it is.
God Speed,....Carl aka Searching4It.
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Users will continually need to quickly change the volume on a TOMTOM units,
depending on the loudness of traffic noise, the radio or conversations.
Although there are no external volume controls, the volume on the ONE
can be easily accessed on screen by touching the bottom left corner of
the map display. Once the volume controller appears you just slide your
finger to increase or decrease volume. We found the audio levels a
little softer on this unit and had to set the volume to around 60% or
70% in order to clearly hear it.
try swithching device off then back on. tap volume bar at bottom. if this does not work reset device by using small pin in base of sat nav, this is underneath and is a small hole which says reset by it.
Good luck and please feel free to rate my response.