Question about Tomtom GO 720 GPS
It doesn't take long before the supplied suction cup with the TomTom GO 720 becomes less adherent to the windscreen resulting in the device constantly falling off. Is there a replacement suction cup available or a more efficient and cost effective replacement mount available.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to pull the two ears on the sides of the suction cup away from the windshield before you tighten it down. its really easy once you figure it out. hope this helps
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
The suction cups ****, don't they? ;-)
The problem is that temperature variations (bright sun vs. cloudy day) causes pressure changes inside the vacuum seal, and it eventually fails.
You can try spraying the cup with water before attaching it...the water helps the cup keep a better seal. Vaseline works even better.
Ultimately, I ended up buying a universal mount that fits right onto one the dash ventilation louvers...no problems since.
Posted on May 16, 2010
On the end of the suction cup there's a ball shape. On the grip there's a small plastic cylindrical piece. Push the ball into the cylindrical part. It's a tight fit so you'll have to push hard.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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