Question about Magellan RoadMate 1412 Car GPS Receiver
This could be a cracked power jack on the unit. They get slightly stressed over time, and the traces to them can get cracked. When this happens, you have to take the unit apart and resolder the legs. Sometimes the jack has to be replaced since it's plastic case can crack and cease to let the legs make contact, and you have to replace the jack.
That's the most common problem. Of course, there's a chance it could be other things, and in that case, the unit will have to systematically troubleshot, which is usually not cost effective.
Here's a blog about the same problem, and they come up with the same conclusion. If the reset doesn't work after holding it for 10 seconds, the unit will have to be serviced. Get an estimate on repair first.
Here's the blog, which contains a link to Magellan support:
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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