11-04-2012 04:58 PM
I have a Tom Tom One (3rd Edition) wherein the touch screen suddenly started playing up. The Unit has not been in use for a while, but was working all right this afternoon when I fully charged the device by connecting it to my laptop. When I got into my car, it started playing up.. I could not type in any address ie., whichever key I pressed, it would depress the key on the extreme left. Only the left off the touch screen work and other part off the screen is not responding.
I have reset the device and have restored data back from the PC to the device, but nothing helps.. I have also cleaned the touch screen by inserting a isopropyl soaked cleaning cloth to remove any dust, but that does not help either.
Any clues would go a long way. Thanks...
11-04-2012 05:30 PM - edited 11-04-2012 05:32 PM
You can try manually re-calibrating the screen using the information in these links.
If this does not help you are looking at a screen replacement or just a new gps.
14-02-2013 02:30 AM
I have the exact same problem only the left side works any other key I press a letter to the left pops up tried all the same hings you did nothing help so if someone knows from tom tom what this is please help thanks.
14-02-2013 02:40 AM
If you have tried the recalibration but was not able to fix it, the touch sensor (aka digitizer) is to far gone and the only fix is to replace the display. If the unit is out of warranty, sending it off to get it fixed will cost more than the gps is worth. The only other option is to replace the display yourself which is possible. The cost for a replacement display will be around $50 US.
14-02-2013 04:22 AM
I have no clue how to recalibrate it'sa1605 model looking at what has been posted on calibration min max x & y axis my calib data doesn't even look any thing like what was shown I have 8253 -48 -1113626 51 13435 -1496552 65536 for calibration data ? 7 numbers ? not 4 three number groups not sure what to do worked fine one day the next couldn't enter anything on the right side of the screen so I'm willing to bet the calibration is off somehow how to calibrate it that's the real question ?
14-02-2013 07:14 AM - edited 14-02-2013 07:15 AM
I am assuming you mean the VIA 1605.......whole different ball game....... I am afraid the calibration instructions are for the Nav2 gps's, One, XL, XXL basically older models that use Home to manage the gps. I have no idea what can be done with models using MyTomTom. You can't read or write files using windows explorer on your model since they use a non windows file system. I am pretty sure you are stuck returning the unit to tomtom. Some users have been able to get them replaced at no charge even though they were out of warranty. You will just have to call them and see what they are willing to do.
19-03-2013 03:25 PM
I purchased my Start 20 last eveening, set it up on the PC and charged it overnight. First outing this morning. Isuccessfully registered my 'home' postcode. Then entered my desired destination. Set off from home, all running smoothly. Then the device developed a mind of its own - the display kept changing from the road view to other screens, without prompting. So I could hear the oral driver instructions but there was no view of the road ahead. eventually the screen 'froze' - tapping any icon (including the 'back' icon) has no effect. So I am stick with a frozen screen - device is entirely useless. Have tried resetting on PC but to no avail. Have looked through suggestions for 'support' on this website TomTom website but must say there seems to be no effective support or advice twith any relevance. No number to call. I am a very disappointed and frustrating customer. Am i the only person who has had this experience? I plan to return it to the shop and see no case for having another tomtom.
19-03-2013 03:59 PM
Does that device use Home or MyTomTom?
If the former, use Explorer to look at the contents of the device and look for a scripts folder. Delete any files you see in there.
If it uses MyTomTom, then call CS: