Hi There, You probably have a blown out fuse. Unless your a service tech with a service manual, it may be hard for you to locate where the fuses are. A panasonic service depot could give you a proper estimate.
Thanks, mr cicmo
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In order to transfer video from the camcorder, the unit has to be on AC power. Once you've set up the power cables and adapter, you can connect the camera to your computer using the USB cable that came with the camera, and then using the camera's interface you can transfer any files you want over to your computer. But it won't work off the battery -- it has to be running on AC power.
The imagemixer version that came in the CD-ROM with the camera may no longer work with Windows Vista. A new version, inagemixer 3, has been developed for Vista. You download it from this website. The installation procedure is also provided on this website.
hey bro u know all the cables n the battery charger? u take them ntake the battery outta the camera, put it on the charge, put the battery that connects by cable to the charge in the camera, then plug it all in. should work for ya
The camera end of the cord should be a "standard" plug same as fits some/most digital still cameras and at least some cell phones.
If your camera is like my SDR-H200, you have to remove the battery and run the camera with the AC adapter, and the USB cord goes into a little trapezoid-shaped hole in the lower-rear part of where the battery was.