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Sony z1 camcorder fails to power up with fully charged batteries

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Dear try to change the battery ,if still it doesnt work then ...i need nt tell you that ur camcorder is dead ,.. and for that .....
their are circuit protector (commonly known as fuse) in DD board which supplies the power to the VC board ..
and for repairing the DD board to need to take to the service center as their is allot minor soldering work to be done on the board.

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dear
u need to rate me ok .....

the fuse(circuit protector) in your camcorders DD BOARD has problem ,
if you camera is making sound of (tuck) and no display nothing is coming ...when u fixed battery to your camcorder.

need not worry it would nt be possible for you to repair the DD board

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