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Won't switch on

My Tomtom XL T won't switch on, i've left it charging on the computer and the green charge light comes on but it won't switch on. I,ve tried the re set button to no avail. Do i need new batteries and how do you fit them thanks michelle

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    Thanks for that but tried and it the screen doesn't come on, its only 16 months old but hasn't hardly been used.

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Connect it to the computer, then try to switch it on by pressing the button for 1-2 seconds. If it switches on, connect to tomtom home, update, and then switch off. Disconnect, then switch on again. You may have to reset it again by pressing the button for 10-15 seconds. I onl had this problem once, after my first download from tomtom home - I think I crammed too much info into its memory!

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