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My camera shuts down whenever I try to record to the video tape or switch to the camera position on the camcorder.

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Either there is an internal faulty component such as overheated capacitor, bad chipset, or you could have a bad ribbon cable or connection from battery to main circuit board. They do get brittle and become loose.. How good does the battery hold charge? Are the battery contacts clean?

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