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In car use

When I hooked up my tomtom in my car I turned it on and all it says is tomtom one with a red flashing circle with an x through it. I can't get anywhere else. Does anyone have a solution?

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    and it is seriously driving me and my hubby mad! tomtom solutions page is not showing anything

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Complain to Tom Tom ,you may have a lemon,look for law suit soon

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