Question about Navigon 2100 Portable GPS Receiver
The in car charger does not have a larghe/fast flow charge rate, so i cut the ends of a in car cigarette/lighter charger and connected it directly to a home plug and plugged it in, it now charges within approx 30 minutes full charge!!!
The in car charger just maintains the charge
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Could be a few problems or just a single one.
I will suggest the simple one first.... get a new battery
they shouold last 2-3 years but seldom do because of the way people use(abuse) them ALL gps should be charged fully on an AC charger and run in the car on the DC powere AFTER the engine has been started. remove plug when stopping the engine to do shopping and only reconnect it whenh the engine is again running. doing this prevents battery shock and protects the SIIRF chip from damage by spikes. the siirc chip is what connect to sattelites for you.
If when connected to the AC chareger for 10 minutes you can turn it on ( whilst still connjected to charger) and program it that willo confirm that the battery is the culprit.If you cannot
get display and function whilst on charger then the problem is serious and also expensive to repair.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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