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Unable to obtain GPS signal

My TOMTOM ONE has developed a fault in that it won't find a gps signal. I have tried a reboot by removing the SD card & inserting a paperclip for 15 secs, etc as per TOMTOMs instructions.
I have also tried the tip for resetting by pressing the bottom right side of the screen and switching the unit on.
In both cases the unit is still refusing to find a signal & I'm now lost as to what to try next.
Any help would be gratefully recieved.

Thanks in advance

Pete

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