Question about RCA CC-439 Camcorder
I need a manual fast and bad plz got this at garage sale and I got the battery and strap to carry it and dc plug and battery charger but i charge the battery and it wont work i put it in the camcorder and it doesent turn on plz help me get a manual i looked all over online
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA cc540 VHS camcorder
Hi, Try running the camera using the AC power (charger) instead of the battery. If the viewfinder works then, it is possible that the replacement battery somehow is not suited for your particular brand/model and is not capable of supplying all the need voltages/power. Try continuously charging the battery for 16 hrs at least to see if this will correct the problem. If even in using the AC power (adapter) instead of the battery, the view finder is still off, then you have a camera fault. Normal problem for this is the thin flexible flat cable that attaches the screen to the electronics inside the camera. In some case, it is the backlight of the display that is at fault. Either which would require the services of a qualified professional. Hope this be of some help/idea to you. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
SOURCE: RCA VHS CAMCORDER
Let us attack this from a different perspective. What is the problem with the camcorder? Typical labor rates will be in the $150 range, so you are looking at that much for the repair without parts. Please update this with a problem description and I'll try to provide you with what needs to be done to fix it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Apr 10, 2015 | RCA Video Cameras
It sounds like one of my older, been-in-storage for awhile, camcorders. When they sit for without being used fairly regularly, there is often a bit of dampness that settles into the camera. If left in a warm room, this may help dry it up and allow the open/eject function to work. To help it get un-stuck, you could gently press inward on the door (do not pry outward) and try to loosen it up. It may take a few times with this process to allow the door to jar loose.
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