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Wont charge help! my canon mv600 will not charge, it does not even turn on. it has not been used for a while, i i get a new battery would it work

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I would say almost certainly no.

This model, like many other Canon camcorders, is renowned for this fault. It is also well known for the CCD failing "black screen of death".

I would not waste your money. Search Google to confirm my opinion.

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Posted on May 01, 2008

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Im gonna say yes that if you do get a new battery it would probably work!!! its probably just so dead that it cant turn on or even charge!!! batteries are probably wore out!!

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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