Question about Sanyo Xacti VPC-HD1000 Flash Media Camcorder
I accidently used the wrong charge chord to plug in my camera dock. I noticed that the red "charging" light came on and started blinking instead of staying on. I unplugged the 9v charge chord and plugged in the correct 3.5v charge chord and now my camera wont turn on at all. Whether I plug the correct chord into the docking station or the camera itself, the camera will not power on. My concern is that I either fried the battery, the camera, or both. I would assume that sanyo engineered in a reset or something. Is there a way to reset the camera.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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