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Mine would not turn on at all, found the contact pads for the buttons was corroded. Used an eraser and cleaned them, working good now. Of course the whole thing has to come apart to get to the contact pads.
After three months, I'm sure the internal battery needs to be charged. But even so, it should work when plugged into the car charger. The first thing you should do is check that the charger cord is connected properly at both ends. Mine has a green LED on the plug. If yours does, make sure that light goes on. Try jiggling the connectors at each end of the power cord. If it still doesn't work, the next thing to try is replacing the power cord. (Maybe you can borrow a power cord from a friend). If the power cord isn't the problem, I'm afraid the problem is in the Garmin itself. Good luck.
if you have the power supply aka the brick and just need the cord from the brick to the wall, a PS2 power cord works just fine! I found that out by accident, but since PS2 is very popular chances are you can find one at any store or on ebay. from the brick to the round post on the back of the device, I don't know about that one...but if you just lost the one piece..the PS2 works fine
Try to unplug the power cord and plug it in and if that dont work you got a short in your power cord your ps2 is messed up............or there is a problem inside your ps2.....there you go thats all i got on that..................****
What do you have to hold down, the cord from the adaptor to the machine or the cord from the plug to the adaptor?
Did you get a shock when you first tried holding the cords down?
The cords are pretty thick and the insulation should not peel off at all unlees you are also twisting the cord.
Also if you lay the console flat instead of using the stand the problem may clear up, because you won't be twisting the cord.