Had same problem with my GO910 unit, after it was about 6 months old. Contacted TomTom and sent unit back. They said that they are aware of the problem. They sent me back a new GO 720 with 2008 maps as they said they could not fix the problem in the 910. and they were not importing anymore 910 into Australia.
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It seems that over charging has damaged your gadget's motherboard or battery mechanism. You have to get it serviced. But still you can try by Removing your battery for 1 hr and then after re insert.
- if someone has used the wrong charger, and connected it to a 12V supply, the mainboard may be damaged. In that case, you need a replacement.
- the battery may be discharged. Even if the green light is on, it doesn't necessarily charge up. Try pushing it hard onto the mount for a few minutes, then see if it will turn on.
were you plug it the charger in there is connectors, you will be able to see the pins..
on the outer part of this is 2pins barely visable, you need to get a pin and pull the connectors out a little.
only a little as you might snap them.
use a pin!
its wat im doing at the moment..
hope this helps