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-Not really, if it was a cheap one, like I have a 5 year old tomtom doing the same thing, it is almost impossible and most places don't do it. But, if it is one of those $100-$2000 dollar one then yes. On those you may even be able to do it yourself. The reason cheap ones are hard to fix is they have those cheap old styled LCD screens, with built in pressure recognition system.those are pretty hard to fix, but it might be worth it to check. On the newer ones with a hard, solid display, it is pretty easy.
+Not really, if it was a cheap one, like I have a 5 year old tomtom doing the same thing, it is almost impossible and most places don't do it. But, if it is one of those $100-$2000 dollar one then yes. On those you may even be able to do it yourself. The reason cheap ones are hard to fix is they have those cheap old styled LCD screens, with built in pressure recognition system.those are pretty hard to fix, but it might be worth it to check. On the newer ones with a hard, solid display, it is pretty easy since they have lees things to disassemble, and places are normally willing to do them.
I hope this helps.

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-Not really, of it was a cheap one, like I have a 5 year old tomtom doing the same thing, it is almost impossible and most places don't do it. But, if it is one of those $100-$2000 dollar one then yes. On those you may even be able to do it yourself. The reason cheap ones are hard to fix is they have those cheap old styled LCD screens, with built in pressure recognition system.those are pretty hard to fix, but it might be worth it to check. On the newer ones with a hard, solid display, it is pretty easy.
+Not really, if it was a cheap one, like I have a 5 year old tomtom doing the same thing, it is almost impossible and most places don't do it. But, if it is one of those $100-$2000 dollar one then yes. On those you may even be able to do it yourself. The reason cheap ones are hard to fix is they have those cheap old styled LCD screens, with built in pressure recognition system.those are pretty hard to fix, but it might be worth it to check. On the newer ones with a hard, solid display, it is pretty easy.
I hope this helps.

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原帖由: Hola ,

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Not really, of it was a cheap one, like I have a 5 year old tomtom doing the same thing, it is almost impossible and most places don't do it. But, if it is one of those $100-$2000 dollar one then yes. On those you may even be able to do it yourself. The reason cheap ones are hard to fix is they have those cheap old styled LCD screens, with built in pressure recognition system.those are pretty hard to fix, but it might be worth it to check. On the newer ones with a hard, solid display, it is pretty easy.

I hope this helps.

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