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Delphi myfi xm2go

My delphi myfi xm2go won't turn on. The charger has a little light on so i assume that the charger works, but resetting it and taking the battery out and putting it back in doesn't work, so i have no idea what to do.

I cannot get my Delphi xm2go unit to turn on. I ran the battery out and have tried putting it in the docking station to recharge but it will not charge. I have gone through the taking out the battery and resetting through the little whole to the side of battery with battery out and battery in. Anyone know the secret to getting this fixed?

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    I have the same problem as stated above.

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The power adapter is the problem.
I have two of these units.
The one I was using died and will no longer power on.
So, I called xm and switched to my back-up.
That one's dead, too.

I tried two adapters, four batteries and neither radio works.

BUT, I just happened to try a third adapter I had.
After re-setting the device (Take out battery, depress reset button with a pin. It's in the upper left in back. It's a VERY small hole.)

Then, I plugged the cord back in, and the battery is charging.

Apparently, the power adapters have a limited life span.

I'll be picking up a few new ones now.

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Replace the battery. Your Myfi will not work without it -- even if it is plugged into the charger.

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Does a car's vibration somehow disconnect the charge from the power AC to the cradle? I have a unit in a minivan which works perfectly but in my Honda Civic, I have a duplicate unit and the charge doesn't hold.

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I hope it works for you too.

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