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you will see a blue light next to the webcam if it is enabled, and an amber light if the camera is in use (live). No light means it's disabled. As described below holding Fn and F11 will enable/disable the camera. If you have OSD enabled you will see a caption showing you the status of the camera for a few seconds.
If it is an older model (i couldn't find anything on it either), it most likely does NOT have a QAM tuner. Be aware that only the "un-encrypted" cable channels will be free otherwise you will have to buy or rent the digital box from the company to get the rest of the regular digital channels. The un-encrypted channels are like 71.2, 83.7 so you should know if you are getting those or not.
look at the bottom of your camera. Then push the slide for the battery the same way as the arrow points and take out the battery. Then put it into the charger which followed with your camera. Connect it into the power-adapter