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Tomtom 910 i brought a tomtom second hand all i have with it is a car charger. it was working fine. now it is stuck on one page and it says waiting for gps signal even when it has got full signal, it will only let me go on to a copyright page and gps status any ideas ???

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Theres really noting legal you could do about it. try the page, you may have to pay the price.

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I've had a similar problem on 2 TomTom 910s.
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It worked for me on both

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