Question about Tomtom One Europe v2 GPS Receiver
You would have to seriously abuse your tomtom for the battery to have failed. More likely something else is wrong . Anyway , ere goes : Take 4 screws out of back of tomtom ( these are star screws so you will need a special tool but sometimes an allen key will fit. ) At the top / side of the tomtom where you can see the join of plastic between back and front. Pull apart with your fingers . Its tricky but keep trying and eventually it will come apart a little. From that you can release it from the bottom connectors by pushing the back downwards a little against the base of the front. A little waddle and it will part. The batter is located in the back panel and is held in place with a sticky pad. The battery wires terminate in a small plug connected to the main board. The Battery should be marked " Edinburgh " and should be rated at 3.7 volts 1100mAh. Once again , its very unlikely there is any fault with the battery , more likely to be the charger or charging circuit inside the tomtom.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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