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Part number 702142-02 has a loose connection where the power cord plugs in. I need that part and can't seem to find it online.The unit I have is the Magellan Roadmate 760

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Have you had any luck with this problem.. I'm having the same issue.. Obviously a product defect... Please let me know, if you have any sollutions.. Futuresportinc@yahoo.com

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