Question about Video Cameras
Hi the batteries are not good anymore, they have probably been left unused in the camera for a long time. Get new ones, or if you have replaced them, then the charger is not supplying the correct voltage to the batteries.Did you ever drop that camera by any chance?If so you could've damaged the internal hard drive.That could also cause the problem...Regards
Posted on Apr 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) remove the battery pack from the camcorder
2) connect the camcorder to a powered USB port on your computer
3) when the "Connected" indicator comes on, insert the battery pack into the camcorder
4) safe eject your camcorder from your computer
5) reconnect your camcorder to your computer
6) the battery pack should now begin to charge within the camcorder
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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