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No Power Good evening I believe my camera power supply is blown, I recently moved and lost the original plug, I tried several other plugs, but none worked. I later found the original one and nothing happens when I plug it in. I am in Hampton, Va and am trying to find a service center. Help!?

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  • powerproblem Mar 03, 2008

    thanks I'll try that



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I changed out the battery and that didn't fix it

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Most likely you have blown the battery probally putting too many volts into the camera and you might need to get a new battery. i had the same proble with my portabe dvd player and a new battery worked.

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