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Total power loss

I was recording when the camera lost all power. Battery was still charged. Tried using charger but nothing. Won't eject cassette even. Any suggestions?

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Re: Total power loss

There are two circuite proctetors near by the Zoom unit connector.check one of from these are burned.Replace or connect direct through fuse wire which is recomended from the factory and check.

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