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Battery-recharging Suddenly, I cant charge ( recharge ) the battery. I bought the camera in Canada last year july. Or - where can I get another battery, or a similar.. I live in Copenhagen, Denmark I HAD TO CHOOSE ANOTHER PRODUCT.. My product is INSIGNIA CamcorderHD DV and the battery is: LI-ION NP60 3.7V. 1050mAh 3.89Wh

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