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Have tomtom 910 when switching in on there a red dot with cross in it what does it mean or can you get it fixed

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Several things could be the reason. The smallest problem is if it just needs formatting of the HDD - replacing software and maps. Maybe your HDD is dead by some reasons, or the ribbon cable, connecting the motherboard with the Mainboard is not propperly plugged in or just faulty. I would say the last option is the most possible, however hope it is the first.

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