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The suction cup on the GPS holder will not stick to the windshield. Needs replacing. How do I get one and how much will it cost?

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Hi,

It will cost around 13-14$.You can order in online or you can get in the InVion service center.Many GPS holder model will fit your InVion 4NAVV1.

1-800-817-3858 call this no and get your local area InVion service centre address.

http://www.bizrate.com/miscellaneous/oid2089754291.html

http://www.dealtime.com/-invion+support+plus+navi

http://www.phbahiaobarrio.com/invion-gps/

http://www.retrevo.com/s/Invion-GPS-7V106-IUS-GPS-review-manual/id/2847ci876/t/1-2/

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Make sure the cup is not warped due to previous exposure to heat, and check for any nicks in the rubber. Small damage may easily make the mount unusable and you'd need to get a replacement.

Models with a lever mechanic: open the lever (cup becomes flat), press the cup against the windshield and while keeping pressure, close the lever. It will lift the middle of the cup away from the windshield, causing a vacuum.

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