Question about DXG Technology DXG DXG-301V Digital Camcorder
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SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Alkaline batteries are prone to leaking and many consumers face the problem of how to clean up the messy corrosion left in their electronic devices. You should first check with the battery's manufacturer. Many of them offer free cleaning of electronic devices damaged by their leaking batteries. Some of them will replace your damaged item if caused solely by leakage under routine conditions
Do not mix and match different battery brands in the same device.
Remove batteries from devices that are being stored.
Make sure electronic device is completely dry before trying a new battery.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2008
SOURCE: DXG-301V Power won't stay on
The fact that your camera was not used for a year and assuming the batteries remained in the camera (uncharged?) after that long a period of time, it would be very likely the batteries have deteriorated and may need to be replaced. The first thing to try is charging the batteries if you have not already done so. Plug in the charger and allow at least 12 hours for the batteries to charge. If the camera still will not work, the original batteries have very likey lost their ability to hold a charge and will have to be replaced. To test this, without spending too much money, try inserting 4 Alkaline AA batteries in the camera (observe the battery polarity marked on the flip-top battery cover). If the camera works, you should replace the batteries with fresh NiMh rechargeable batteries and charge them before you attempt to use the camera. Allow at least 12 hours for the initial charge unless the battery manufacturer suggests otherwise. I would not recommend using any form of "rapid" or "quick" charge rechargeable battery. If you do, you will be paying extra for a convenience you will not use, unless you plan to use an external quick charger, since the camera is not equipped to support rapid battery charging.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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