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Gps signal My tom tom will not aquire satelites. It did for a while but noe no go . Any suggestions

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  • natnan Dec 29, 2007

    no reception of satalites

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This could be a problem with the gps device inside the problem preset the satlight using tomtom home, use the uk on or the europ on

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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