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Camera won,t turn on or take a charge

Charged the battery with a separate charger , cheked the voltage with a meter

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If there is a firmware solution on Insignis-Products, you might be able to restore the camcorder to life that way.

However, if the unit won't turn on at all...even when a USB AC charger is used where it should function normally and completely...there is a problem with the camcorder and it may be bricked.

I hope this helps and I hope your camcorder isn't bricked.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010


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