Question about Magellan RoadMate 800 GPS Receiver
Just wrap the aluminium foil (kithchen foil for food wrap) around the pin and it should be tight enough to make contact and grip, as its aluminium metal it will allow the electricity to pass on... and your device gets charged.. only point is if you keep on removing the plug and re connections... if just keep it always connected , this trick should solve your issue.. other wise try to glue the alumininum foil to it self by gluing at overlapping one end on the other end.
make sure the foil doesnt go in front( ahead of the charging pin tip, other wise if it may enter inside the tip and both + ve and -ve poles get connected , which may spoil the devices).. hope it solves your problem
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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