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Topic # 65008 27-Jul-2010 18:16
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Hello there i was wondering if someone could help me i was driving in my car today. And i had my tom tom charging while i was using it. it was plugged in in to my 3 way power adapter in my car anyway it was going fine till i plug in my ipod charger in to my 3 way adapter.  As soon as i done that the tom tom's screen when white and it has a Black line down the middle of it. It will not turn off or doing anything what should i do?

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  Reply # 357280 27-Jul-2010 18:28
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I wonder if somehow the iPod fried the TomTom? Take it back to the manufacturer. It might have been a coincidence.

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  Reply # 357303 27-Jul-2010 19:03
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Have you tried doing a hard restart with the tomtom. Small pinhole button on the bottom.




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  Reply # 357558 28-Jul-2010 08:54
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i tryed to do a hard reset but there is no pin hole in the bottom. i tryed holding the power key for 15 seconds like tom tom's website says to do and that didn't work. i just had to wait till the GPS went flat it goes good as gold now its sad to see there is no reset when you need it.

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  Reply # 357655 28-Jul-2010 12:22
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Go and have a look around this site http://www.navitotal.com/

There is a very useful knowledge base of all things GPS and especially TomTom specific

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