Question about Cameras
I had a similar issue and knew it was a yellow board which identifies genuine batteries has gone faulty. Tried to mess around and found the yellow board but only after messing around with a few other circuits.
You will need to replace the flex from the battery case to main board
It is a yellow flexible cuircit board inside the camera, quite a job to change. The 3rd wire is very thin and used to signal that you have a genuine battery and that one has likely failed. Not reccomended to do without manual.
I would recommend a technician because the circuit is complex and there are many chances of going wrong.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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