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Navman S80 not holding not working in car with replacement charge

Bought Navman S80 18 months ago from Halfords. In car charger recently fell to bits. Bought ~~Tom Tom charger as only one available and with same connection. However, does not hold charge or not charging so bought mains charger and does go up to 80% but still not working in car. Keeps going to initial start and then safety agreement which I have to keep accepting then back to blank screen with two screens connected by broken orange line and X in right hand one. Only works for a bit when I walk around with it but not in car. Driving me mad now. Please help.

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Did you tried to reinstall software with SmartST that came with the package? Mabe it will work.

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ive dont what you all have said and it still is doin the same **** wont load the map up what else can i do?????

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Ok well it sounds like the exact voltage is not matching between the non-navman charger and the Navman device itself. This is pretty common actually with third party chargers and can cause many problems with the device, including actually damaging the internal power components of the navigator. You are going to want to get a Navman charger and I am sure the problems will go away.

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hold down the power button for 10 seconds as this will do a hard reset on the device.that should solve your problem as everything will be restored.

Posted on Nov 17, 2010

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