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Mio fails to charge and doesn't work

Hello,

My Mio doesn't work.It is not reacting to the Turn On button.
When I try to charge it, the light near the Mio emblem at the upper part of the device is flashing instead of being steady.

What do you think the problem can be?

Thank you in Advance,
Phill

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Hi,
it may be a battery problem, USB charger problem or something. Why not call them and ask? They are nice (you can tell them I told you so). Look up the number at
http://www.mio-tech.be/EN/support/support-overview.php
Hope it works

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