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Wont turn off, or reset

When turned on it will not shut off. when turned on all I get is tom tom 720 in top right corner and picture of tom tom just of centre and a picture of a disc bottom right corner. Nothing else happens. mtiony tomtom cant swich off, it is staying on al the time with lost informa

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  • zen118827 Jul 18, 2008

    my tomtom is staying on all the time and i've lost all my information on it how can i download new information on a blank memory card

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2009

    wont turn off.or do anything.tried to reset but when turned back on the same thing happens.


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