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The most likely culprit is that you are out of battery. Try replacing or recharging the batteries. If you try this and no luck, you may need to purchase new batteries. Even rechargeable batteries need replacing over time.
On the Top on the Mouse u can see the Battery u need to Remove the old Battery's and Replace with New battery see that you use Rechargeable battery because ordinary battery life spam is very less and u need to change the batterys for every 1 month so if u use the rechargeable battery then u need not change battery for 1 month at least for 5 or 6 months the rechargeable battery work and u can keep and spare rechargeable battery when every needed and try to purchase a Sony Rechargeable batterys
Well it's a error message indicate that the battery is dead and you need to change the battery with new one. you can purchase the battery from nikon store or if you want to purchase the battery online then follow the below link -
The only time I can think of when such a problem would occur is when the battery is completely knackered, in which case, you'll need a new battery. There are instructions for the replacement of batteries in the manual, so all you'll need is a new battery.
You're using the wrong batteries. You need to purchase lithium batteries. They are quality batteries for high powered, battery operated electronics. Personally, I have a battery charger and use rechargable duracell batteries. (HR6/ DC1500/ NiMH/ 1,2V) Gives you approximately 16 hrs before having to recharge.
1) Look into purchasing an external rechargeable battery pack for PDVD units (available at Best Buy). It is an external pack that will connect to the players AC port.
2) Prepare for surgery! You will need 6 rechargeable AA batteries, a soldering iron, super glue, and patience.
You'll need to open the battery case and look at the batteries within. Note the direction and polarity of all the batteries and how they are wired/soldered together. You will need to replace all these batteries with the new ones you have purchased. Wire together the new batteries in the exact same order and polarity as the old dead ones. Remove the old ones and replace with the new ones. Solder in where necessary and be sure not to bridge any contacts. Put the case back together with a little super glue on the seam. Replace into the PDVD player when the battery case is dry (or else you may permanently mount the battery case into the player) and set to recharge using the AC pack. if everythign was wired correctly, you should have a charged battery pack in about 1 hour (since most rechargeable batteries come with 3/4 charge in them).
While I don't recomend this second solution, it is plausable for the hobbiest electrician or DIY-er.