I had same problem. It seems like battery is dead. The unit just died and need to take battery out to reset. Finally, I figure it out that -- it's because the my Zumo550 is running out of memory!
I had a very low free memory available, then after it logs your trip for a while and used up all those free memory - it freeze...
Solutions >>> connect to your computer via usb cable. Try to free up some memory...
I charged it for about an hour on the bus connector (wall outlet did not appear to generate any charge). I then opened up the back and removed the battery. Put the battery back in; see if it starts. If so, turn off immiediately and continue to charge it to a full charge (at least 12 hours).
I found other users who experienced the same problem when their battery drained down to a very low level. The unit goes zombie and needs both a charge AND full reset (battery removal) before it can be resurrected.
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sometimes people get thier chargers or batteries mixed up with other peoples, by swapping or trading, if that is u trade back, but it you have had no trade or exchange of chargers, or batteries, then i would suggest going to bestbuy, or anyother electronics store and ask a tech, or simply buy a new charger and if you have no results, new battery
Have you charged your battery for 24 hrs if not done so do it now. Measure the output of the battery if the battery output is ok then check the connection on phone where battery is connected and scrap a bit with screw driver. it might possibly have some sort of plastic quoting check both the battery and mobile points for any such quotings.
Had the same problem with mine. Strip your ipod and you'll find that the left hand end of the battery has been rubbing against the mounting screw for the hold button and the positive track is exposed causing it to short out the battery. Placing a piece of plastic between the battery and the mounting screw sorts out the problem. My ipod charged and the battery still works fine. It seems to be a common problem with this model. If you want more details email me at [email protected]