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MY TOM TOM ONE GO GPS IS NOT SWITCHING ON BUT THE GREEN LIGHT IS ON WHEN CONNECTED TO THE POWER SUPPLY.

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Remove the tomtom from the power source get a small paper clip and on the underside of the tomtom you will see a small pin hole it syas resetthe hole is where it looks like a sd card or something goes (but nothing goes there)
push that little reset button (in the hole) with the paper clip
hold it down for atleast 3 secs
then power the unit on give it a second itl be fine
remeber this happens a lot so keep that paper clip handy i keep it in my car all the time
hope i helped you

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: TOMTOM GO NOT SWITCHING ON

Hit reset button.

How old is the GPS?

Please give model and serial number to:

atdlee@netzero.com

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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