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The battery may be defective (corrupt). It is not uncommon for
rechargeable batteries to go bad, even fairy new ones. You could try a
Hold the power button down for 10 seconds
Check and see if the camera has unfrozen
Power the camera off and leave untouched for about 15 seconds.
Turn the camera back on and ensure that it is working properly.
If it is not, you must do a "hard reset."
Take a pin or the point of a thumbtack and press it into the tiny reset
hole near the camera's tripod mount. This should reset the camera
without affecting any of the video footage recorded with the camera.
If that still doesn't work, contact Flip (Pure Digital) Tech support or
Get yourself a nice carbon fiber brush. Purchase some record cleaner or just get some isopropyl alcohol 90% (it has less impurities). Secure the arm of the turntable so you don't scratch the record and put the record on it. Put some of the cleaning solution on the brush..not the record. Put the brush on the record and turn the platter counter clockwise to work the dirt loose. Check the brush and clean it if need be and repeat. Take the record off and clean the turntable. Flip the record over and repeat the cleaning process. That should do it. Thanks for stopping by and come back if you need more help. If you don't mind, rate my answer appropriately. Thanks.
My advice is that you should by a DV cleaning cassette. Put this in the camera and run it for 10 to 20 seconds only. running the cleaning cassette for a long time may damage the head. good luck! Luwangula