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May sound like a dumb question bur are you sure you reconnected the wires correctly? If so there could be a short. If the fuses are good I would say between the fuse and the battery. I am not as familiar with the baggers but I know battery quick battery drains on any of my bikes were always a short to ground
Have you tried to check if the battery is fully charged. Then you try to test the adapter or charger on another easystreet gps. Then borrow another battery and try it on it to see if it will start. after carrying out this tests, you will be able to detect the fault.
But if your gps comes on but do not start, then you need to format the easystreet with a computer and reinstall the maps, that should do the job.
I hope this helps.
Your 'custom' lithium battery died. You can try getting a replacement from the internet, but be aware that the battery is not a simple 'plug-n-play'. There are leads that need to be soldered. Then there's the matter of re-initializing the unit. It may or may not work when you do a system reset.
Your best bet is to 'bite-the-bullet' and contact Garmin tech support for an RMA. They'll charge $79 to repair/replace this model.
This situation is common among GPS manufacturers on lower-end units. Best Buy showed me that there are some new units out there (over $500 ) that do have disposable batteries where its easy to change.
You can add in a mapful of congestion/construction warnings for the existing map, using a CF card and some street & map program. Just use a generic prefix for the congestion so you can tell it's your note.
You should definitely send feedback to Garmin about how the streets end (maybe linking to a Flickr group full of pictures of how the streets are not passable,) so that they can update their maps. Speaking of that, you can also check that you have the current 'firmware' (and maps) for your city with their update tools.
What city did they not get good satellite photos of? Lucerne?
it would be strange for the lithium ion battery to be dead so soon. what have you done to charge it up? there are ways to kick start the batterys but i need to know a little history on what has occured up to now.