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Plug into car an power light (green) comes on at bottom unit but the screen does not come on. Yes, I did push the power button on top of unit and nothing?

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I found tomtom internet services and followed their instruction to charge the unit for 2 hours and then restart by holding down the power button upto 15 secounds.

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