Question about Tomtom GO 730 Car GPS Receiver
Check the power connector on the bottom of the device. After some time of use the socket does not provide firm seating any more and the Go switches off to preserve battery power (switch off in 10 seconds message). The auto-power off on connection loss can be deactivated, but since battery capacity is extremely poor anyway, it will soon emergency power-off.
I put the power cord over the arm of the mount in a loop (behind the device), so the weight of the cable does not pull out the plug so easily. An alternative car mount is available that has a design similar to the docking stand for PC connectivity. Here, the device rests on the plug and provides better connectivity by its own weight.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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