Question about Magellan RoadMate 700 GPS Receiver
Are there any reset buttons on it that I can try ? How can it simply stop working in just 2-3 yrs ?
I had the same problem. At first intermitant and then permanent. The power connector inside the based that the head unit snaps onto had the center post fall out. You need to removed the 4 small screws located in the threaded reseases. Then using a knife I pried the plastic halves apart. You need to break the ultrasonic bonding on the plastic, but everythign seperated where it should. Now you have access to the circuit board. I soldered in 2 wires which I brought our and soldered to a cigarette outlet cord. Then I screwed it all back together.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
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