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TomTom One No Sound

No sound. No help on TomTom website. Whatz up?

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2007

    Hello . I just received the tom tom 720 .The setting for sound was set at fm transmission mode so there was no sound . please check your settings.Hope it helped.



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Tomtom one doesnt have the fm transmitter, try clicking on the navigation screen ie, where it shows the maps, menu 1 of 3 should come up, select the spanner icon, which is change preferences, you should be presented with preferences one of 7, which the lower middle one should show a speaker, if the speaker says turn sound on, click on the icon, if it has a red cross saying turn off sound, then leave it alone and click the arrow to get up preference menu 2 of 7, this has volume preferences,, you can slide it to 100% and do a test. select done to return to navigation screen.

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