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ERROR C-2 I've had my KD-300Z for 5 years and it's been great - reliable, easy to use etc (apart from the poor battery life!) I recharged the battery, put in a nnew SD card and took it on holiday. When I came to use it all that happened was a blue screen with the message ERROR C-2 which stayed on for about 4 seconds. This happens whichever function I switch on.The manual troubleshooting section only mentions ERROR-xx or ERROR-99. Any suggestions -please?

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