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Topic # 96706 2-Feb-2012 21:36
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Hi,

Had my tomtom car kit for my iphone for about 2+ years and just recently the suction mount for the windscreen will not stick at all, done the usual clean/soapy water/etc - but it looks like the plastic is worn out completely.
Have sent a ticket into tomtom support, but they are advising as its out of their 12month manufacture warranty , to contact teleplan in aus about getting a warranty call on it

anyone know a place in nz (auckland) where i could go to get that plastic bit replaced?

thanks 

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  Reply # 578875 8-Feb-2012 18:56
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Have you tried somewhere that sells Tom Tom GpS units?




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  Reply # 579051 9-Feb-2012 04:25
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It's not clear what your problem is. Has the suction cup got a hole in it so that it will not maintain the suction? If that's the case, how about placing a piece of cling-film between the glass and the suction cup, to seal it?

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  Reply # 583468 19-Feb-2012 16:15
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have a look on trademe or in $2 Shops...you might find a similar sized unit which you could possibly transfer the suction cup to.

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