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Camera temperature is too low

Since I came back from Brazil my camera doesn't work and keep posting the message: CAMERA TEMPERATURE TOO LOW KEEP CAMERA POWER ON, PLEASE WAIT.
I left the camera on during the whole day and it continue showing the same message, what should I do to solve the problem.
My camera model is GZ-MG130U

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SOURCE: CAMERA TEMPRATURE IS TO LOW PLS KEEP CAMERA ON

you must be trying to operate the camera in a cold area when the cold gets to the camera it forms moisture leave it turned on until it warms up hope this helps regards Jim

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