Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
a) throw it in the lake
b) reverse over it in the car
c) feed it to the food liquidiser and flush the bits down the loo
d) attemopt to fix it?
Worst £135 I ever spent. Why did I buy two? Because one just stopped working, though it restarted whan I had bought the second one!
I could buy a road Atlas for £2!
I would say ALL of the above as the cost of fixing this exceeds the value of the GPS Most of the problems relate to the chip on the motherboard which will require replacement. The charge depenss on how many arms or legs you can afford to lose.
Buy an new one.... Try an Altina mnuch more reliablity and service see Marbella Australia for details... great service, support and a good FAQ page for how to look after your GPS They also have maps for anywhere
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Out of those options I would definitely go for b) owing to the satisfactory crunch you will hear when the wheel passes over it. I feel your frustration!
However if you want to post up some more details of the problem we could also try troubleshooting it.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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