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My Nuvi350 goes dead and has no battery power when I remove it from the cradle/bracket. I've had it for a few years. Is there an internal battery that should be changed?

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Yes there is an internal battery and it is the problem, the battery is "hardwired" into the GPS and it must go back to Garmin or an approved GPS repair station, to replace the battery takes special tools and the battery must be soldered back into the unit, any attempt to remove the batt without the spec tools results in a damaged and unusable GPS

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