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Sony CCD-TRV57 My daughter hasĀ  a video camera that shut's off within a minute or so after turning it on. I think she said it flash's something like a yellow triangle with the nos. C3122 but not sure if this is before or after it shut's down. I think she also said that it beep's as well. She would appreciate any help you may be able to give her & thank you in advance.

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  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2007

    My TRV57 does the same exact thing.

    Usually in playback mode, the camera beeps and then stops playing.

    Usually while charging the camera beeps and the ejects the tape.

  • Anonymous Oct 24, 2008

    I PUT IN NEW FRESH BATTERYS AND ONLY GET A MINUENT OF TIME AND BATTERY POWER GOES DOWN AND AIPTEK DV2 GOES OFF DURING VIDEO RECORDING
    BUT IN SINGLE FLASH MODE IT BATTERY WILL LAST DAYS OF TURING ON AND OFF TO TAKE A FEW PICTS

    WHATS GOING ON



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Open up the front of the camcorder. carfully remove the screws 4in the front and 1 under the cap then pull remove the front cover u will see a computer board attached to the cover dissconect the red & black wires (mic). then be very carfull and pull out the flat brown wire.after that u will see 2 switches by the lens opening blow them out with a can of air or a clean nose ******. plug the wires back in and test if the beeping has stoped and u can record and play video u have fixed the problem.then put ur camcorder back together and test again if it still beeps check all ur conections. this is what i did and the camcorder is working like brand new..... good luck

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  1. Take the battery off for 60 seconds.
  2. Remove the Date/Time Battery.
  3. Slap the side of the camcorder (really...it works),
  4. Re-insert the Batteries.
  5. Turn it back on.
  6. Should be fine.

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