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Why is my gps losing its signal

My G P S keeps loseing it`s signal.I keep getting Waiting for a valid gps signal.

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Try connecting it to the computer and running an update from TomTom Home, there is a GPS fix that might help. Obviously the TomTom needs clearence to see the satalites in the sky otherwise try a hard reset with a pen in the bottom.

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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