Question about Navman ICN510 GPS Receiver
Dude ive got one of these sitting here pulled apart.. you wont have to solder anything to replace the battery, its just a 3.7v battery. a nokia phone battery could even be used. just take out all the screws on the back, pull of the shell and the battery is right there- looks like a black brick with two wires (-,+) coming off it
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
Any electronics repair place or perhaps a camera repair shop should be able to fix it for your. Search google or your local phone book for electronics repair or camera repair. This is a very easy repair IF you are electronics savvy, but not a good first/learning project. This will require either soldering a loose connector back to the board or they may need to find and purchase a new connector to replace the old one if it is broken.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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