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When remve battery the clock lost time and

When remove battery and reinstall it the clock lost time and camcorder say "set time"

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  • distelecgx Feb 03, 2010

    Change the back up batteries located inside of the handle

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Its not a problem. That's a system of your camera. view your manual book. If there you find that your camera have a small internal battery which is used for memory like date & time then replace it because that have not power to run your camera memory.
Thanks. If your have any doubt then ask me again.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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    RAJDEEP DUTTA Feb 03, 2010


    Back up battery is different. that use to play your cam. I am talking about memory battery. its stick inside in the camera motherboard. Which is run the date and time continually. Once that the battery are low or not working that time your backup battery start working for it. But when you remove that backup battery that time your camera lost his date & time from the memory. That's why every time when you plug in your backup battery your camera asking for date & time setting.

    Thanks.

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