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My camera Access and then say turn the power off and on again

When I turn my camera on it blinks then say Access then say Turn the power off and on again. I did this and the same message come. What do I need to do?

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Camera needs to be serviced. The camera got dirt in it and needs to be taken apart and cleaned. This should be done by someone with knowledge of cameras because they consist of many parts inside.

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Performing a manual power reset

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hi dear

it, suggest for us for not do it,

but if it happened just power off your camcorder , an power on again


oke, don't to worry about that



cropp

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