Question about Magellan Maestro 4250 GPS
Plug the unit into the charger for several hours to see if it will take a good charge. Then follow this procedure I given before.
Try doing a master reset on the unit. It should have a hole marked "Reset". Use a blunt toothpick or end of large paperclip, pressing in on the small button inside for about 10 seconds. It should come back to life. You may see a flash of text on the screen. If so, release the button. It would probably be best to leave power hooked up while doing this, in case the battery has not taken a good charge. Thanks, Bill.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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