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FLASHING GREEN MODE LIGHTS

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WHEN WE TURN THE CAMERA ON WITH THE BATTERY INSERTED ALL THREE OF THE MODE BUTTONS FLASH CONTINUOUSLY GREEN.
WE CAN'T TURN IT OFF UNTIL WE REMOVE THE BATTERY?

HELP, WE ARE GOING TO DISNEYLAND IN 2 WEEKS & REALLY WANT THIS SORTED.

THANKS FOR ANY HELP OR ADVICE YOU CAN GIVE US WITH THIS PROBLEM.

MANDY

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  • s0h0us Nov 29, 2008

    same issue here

  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    Not a solution, even removing battery doesn't resolve it.
    See this threadhttp://www.fixya.com/support/t252542-gre...

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CAM NEEDS TO BE RESET,CHECK USER MANUAL (IT SHOWS YOU HOW)
OR DOWN LOAD THE MANUAL FROM
http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-GZ-MC100EZ-Camcorders-manual/id/210dj381/t/2/

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