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where did you go? if you went through really high altitudes the oxygen levels change and could have fouled your plugs. sometimes the auto makers tune the vehicles different in different geographical locations.
It sounds like the battery is the issue. Try leaving it plugged in over night. If that does not help, press and hold down the power button for 30 seconds. This will reset the device, and hopefully restore functionality. Consult the user guide for more info.
If it does not show 'charging' when connected to power, then something may be wrong with the power cord. If it is the vehicle cord (the one with the cigarette lighter plug) check the fuse in the tip of the cord.