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Tom Tom no sound

My Tom Tom one has no sound.
I have checked it is not muted, adjusted the volume, selected other voices and tested these voices. There is audible tick from the speaker when I test the voices Hope you can help

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  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2008

    my Tomtom was working perfectly for the past year, and all of a sudden the sound has dissapeared, i tried to change the preferences and change the voice and everything and did not work, i reset factory settings still did not get it back any tips?!

  • flatflor Mar 01, 2008

    same problem with sound. recently just updated tt .

  • dgdunn1 Mar 06, 2008

    I sent of to TomTom they suggested using the reset. It worked.

  • stoko2008 Jun 17, 2008

    The sound on my Tom Tom One suddenly stopped working.

    I checked the preferences to make sure that it was not muted and then pressed the reset button but this had no effect. I've tried different voices but still no sound.

    Any suggestions?

  • gibbsy17 Nov 16, 2008

    I have no sound and volume 100 up and speaker is on and i tried to resert it and its the same i have changed voices and sound and i test it there no sound

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Let the battery get full charge.
Take the SD off.
On the bottom push in the RESET at least 15 SECONDS.
(It will go off, but it is resetting)
After that press the POWER ON for 5 SECONDS
Put in back the SD card.
Done.... easy!!!!!

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Plug your TT into computer and open device. Check to see if you have a folder called 'LoquendoTTS' ,if so copy it first to your computer then delete from TT. This folder contains the computer voice for reading out street names, seems to get corupted. This cures all sound problems ive encountered.

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A hidden shortcut to the volume bar is available on the main screen of your TomTom. To access the volume bar simply tap in the lower-left corner when in the navigation view:
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Tap on the volume button and move it left or right to change the volume.
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Posted on Jan 20, 2010

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I too had no sound from my tomtom one xl. I was out of any warranty so i checked for voltage output at speaker terminals with a DVOM. I was getting a signal to the speaker. Mouser electronics at www.mouser.com sells generic speakers. I used #253-2040cp08-ro Kobitone speaker for my oneXL. Replacement speaker works perfectly and spent under $5 dollars. (Note: You must solder the wires to the new speaker, so some mechanical ability is needed.)

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

  • gca radar Oct 04, 2010

    Good job Mark! I pushed in slightly on the speaker and selected the volume test. Speech came thru while I did this. Just ordered a replacement from Mouser. Thanks for doing the leg work researching the replacement. I looked at the UK site for a replacement speaker and the price was outrageous.
    Terry

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No sound is a common problem on tomtom ones.

Usually changing the speaker does the trick.

try url below, they have spare speakers for this unit.

www.callconnectsystems.co.uk

Posted on May 31, 2008

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I conect my tomtom to my laptop, charge it,
and close it, and then restart it, it recovered!!!
I don't know why, just wanna people try yours.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Try it with headphones

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

  • 1finfulham Mar 22, 2009

    TRY IT WITH HEADPHONES

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Send it for repair

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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My fault developed as intermittent sound before the audio finally died. My solution for my TomTom One may sound crazy but worked a treat.
I removed the defunct speaker which is encased in a plastic surround held in situ by soft rubber mouldings. I then replaced it with the speaker out of a McDonalds toy that comes packed with cheap ‘Chicken Nugget Happy Meals.’
The audio was quieter but very clear, and I think this was down to the fact that the Tom Tom speaker is 4 ohm impedance whereas the toy was 16 ohm impedance. However I resolved that one by inserting another, wired in parallel and it works absolutely great! The dimensions are precise for two to be sat side by side and held in place by the soft rubber mouldings.
Best regards
filibuster

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

  • inkblot629 Feb 05, 2011

    The sound on my Tom Tom stopped working all of a sudden one day as well. I finally got it going again by putting the tiny manual reset button the bottom of the device (different from resetting the factory settings on the touch screen). Hope it keeps working!

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I had a similar problem where the drums would play at the beginning but no driving sounds. I finally realized it was the FM Trasmitter. I turned it off and got my sounds back.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

Send it for repair!

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

Suffering from same problem with recently purchased TT. Apparently its ahardware fault and should send TT back for repairs

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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