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I have and n2 fault code showing on my display

I had a problem when my camere stopped halfway through a film and now when i turn it on it will not do anything but the code n2 shows up on the display

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Re: I have and n2 fault code showing on my display

I think you're losing power. Try flipping out the battery.

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