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Re: attaching the device
YES , try EBAY , search for tomtom vent mount. You can also buy special rubber disks that have a sticky back. The disk can be attached to the dashboard or some other plastic area. These allow the normal tomtom windscreen mount to fix to the disk.
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On most vehicles, you can usually follow the ground wire (- post) to where it's attached to the vehicle frame or it will be bolted to a heavier metal point on the engine. The large positive (+ post) wire will run to the starter and another will go into the wiring harness to provide power for the fuse box, and all the accessories. Any other wires you might find with an inline fuse on them should normally be attached to the + side of the battery.
Wii Console Won't Turn On, and Has No Power Light Situation:
The Wii console won't power on, and the Power LED is unlit The console powers on, but shuts off after a few seconds/minutes Attaching an accessory to the console turns the power off
This issue can be caused by an accessory or power surge tripping the circuit breaker on the AC Adapter.
What To Do:
Check any accessories attached directly to the console to make sure that it is licensed and undamaged. Unlicensed or damaged accessories shouldn't be used with the console. Try using a different wall outlet, or plug a different device into the outlet to make sure the outlet is providing power.
The mounting bracket is meant for mounting on the windscreen. It won't stick to the pebbled vinyl surface of the dashboard as the surface allows air in. You take off the thin clear plastic cover. The black disk that came with the satnav can be stuck to your dashboard if you want to mount the satnav there. Clean the dashboard and peel off the plastic cover off the disk to stick it to the dashboard. Be sure not to put it where there's an airbag. You can then attach the satnav to the other side of the disk the same as to the windscreen.
To attach the satnav to the windscreen press the suction mount against the screen and press the lever towards the screen. To remove it pull back the lever and lift the tab on the suction pad.
This is a fairly common issue especially with aftermarket tinted car windscreen 'film'. You can try prolong the suction by wetting the suction cup with water of very slightly soapy water before applying it to your 'clean' windscreen area. As for the dashboard, for some models, TomTom provide a plastic circle to which the suction cup attach to. The plastic circle is first 'permanently' attached to your dashboard with double-sided adhesive tapes. Hope it helps: let me know how you go.
Open the hood of the vehicle for clipped nozzles or nozzles with
retaining screws that are attached to the hood. Locate the nozzles and
hoses attached to the hood. Some vehicles may require
removing an insulated panel that is retained by plastic clips. Pry the
clips out and remove the panel (if applicable).
the way the nozzle is attached to the underside of the hood. Clip-on
nozzles will either be attached by a single clip on one side of the
nozzle and a retaining anchor on the other end. Other clip-on nozzles
may have two retaining clips that need to be squeezed together (with
needle-nose pliers, if necessary). Press the clip or clips inward
towards the nozzle and it will pop out of the hole in the hood. If the
nozzle is retained by screws, simply unscrew them with the screwdriver.
If there are hose clips holding the hose to the hood, unfasten the
clips (by hand) to allow more movement in the hose-to-clip assembly.
Are you talking about the easyport mount on the XL 330S model? If so it applies fairly easily in a secure snap. When I tested out the new mount, it was fairly easy to snap on without any added pressure. TomTom has great customer service and I'm sure they'll help out to the best of their ability and if it was in fact defective, you're bound to get a replacement. TomTom doesn't want any unhappy consumers. It's a shame it broke, because it is actually a great device.
I have a spare window mounting bracket as new , but I need SmartST 2006 SE CD Rom. If you want to do a swap , that is you send me a copy of SmartST 2006 SE and I send you bracket email me at email@example.com