Question about JVC GR-DX100EK Mini DV Digital Camcorder
If you have a voltmeter, check the battery and see if it has voltage. The battery has probably just gone bad from sitting. If you don't have a voltmeter, try taking it to a radio shack or electronics store to see if they will test it for you.
The battery is almost surely the problem, but it would be a shame if you bought a new battery and then the camcorder was the problem. Most stores won't take a battery back once it's been opened.
Keep us posted, and if you don't have a voltmeter and want to get creative, there are some ways to make something with wire and light bulbs that could work.
You also might take the battery to a hardware store or even an auto parts store. They would likely have a voltmeter and might let you check the battery on it.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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