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Using my tom tom 740 as handsfree with my cell and i can't control the volume it's really quiet

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If it's any consolation it is a unit problem. I have the volume on my phone and on the Tom Tom at full and it still is quiet. I can only hear people if I place the unit at the top right of the windscreen.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

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