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Will not turn on.

It will not turn on even with a brand new batterie, how do i fix it?

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I read of the following fix for the nomad II, you could try and see if it works for you: 1. Turn unit to "locked" position. 2. Hold down the "stop" button. 3. Continue to hold the "stop" button, take the battery out of the unit. 4. Still holding down the "stop" button, put the battery back in. 5. Continue holding down the "stop" button until a screen comes up with "backup code", wait a few minutes and then switch unit to unlock and take out a battery. 6. Put the battery back in and you should have a working unit. There have also been reports of loose terminals within the unit causing the batteries to not make good contact. Be sure the batteries are in tight. Does it turn on when connected to PC? if so you could try updating the firmware. Good luck

Posted on May 16, 2006

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