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First, check that the camera switch is in the off (charging) position.
If this is OK, Check the battery output connections for voltage: use a multimeter.
To check the charger, put a load resistor across the output terminals (about 1000 ti 2000 ohms) and again, using a multimeter, check there is a charging voltage. Alternatively, if the camera operates OK with the charger attached and switched on the charger is OK, AND, the problem is then in the charging circuit from camera to battery. If the battery checks OK as in the beginning, then you will need a Sony repair man who needs to know all the results from your testing above.
I can't find the AC v515 adapter any where! But You can buy the next best thing. A battery charger one that will at least fit an NP-F730 battery. Go on to eBay and type Sony vc1000 and anything related will come up. These chargers can be used in your car and at home, what's more they are not expensive. Nick
If is asking to connect to the AC adaptor means that your power adapter must be pluged in to supply power wile connected to the computer.
The software need it in your computer so you can watch the footage would be http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ but windows media player usually does the job as long as is upto date!
Hi Riannasmail, You need a camcorder to charger DC cable,it looks like a battery with a trailing cable that has a DC plug on the end that plugs into the Hitachi battery charger.If you are in the USA you should be able to buy one for about $8 to $12,if you live in UK you will be ripped off at about £24. I made my own adaptor and charger system for less than £20,If you need more info please contact me.
To put it bluntly, throw it away. Applying the wrong power to equipment can cause too much damage for reliable repair. Even if all the bad parts could be found and replaced, other parts will have been stressed and may fail later. Also it's very likely the circuit board has been damaged as well. Replace the unit, and be very careful to use only the proper adapter in the future.
Remove the battery insert your AC adaptor turn on your DVD CAM if it work fine reinstall the battery set CAM to off position the amber light should be on to indicate battery is charging
You got that msg depend what function you use if the CAM calculated the battery not enough to run or finish this task it display that msg for you to use AC adaptor to ensure no power corrupted such in formating the disc
Some time system control is faulty even you use AC adaptor it still display this msg I hope that is not in your case
Let me kown how you go with this problem