Question about Navman PiN 570 GPS Receiver
The charging socket in my pda has come out
These sockets are on sale if you google enough. Ebay seller totalviews for example. Check its the right socket and be prepared for very small presise soldering. when you open the case, take great care not to break/dismantle the rocker switch that protrudes as it has minute elements in it. If charging is a problem but the socket appears sound,m check the plug that goes into it and ensure the springs go in and out to hold it in place.F4therchristmas
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Kinda the same with me but mine stopped charging so brought a new battery plugged it in but still wont charge.
Called Navman here in NZ and they said its probably the socket (which in my opinon has got to be THE most stupidist plug EVER) and because they dont make it anymore only option is to upgrade to another unit (GPS only)
So Im going to have a go at pulling out the socket and having a go myself.
Give me you email and Ill let you know what happens
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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