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If you can give a better explanation of the problem you're experiencing, I'm confident 1 of us can answer/solve the problem w/ease. "Brakes not relacing properly" does not make any sense in my opinion. Did you mean the brakes are not realigning properly?
It is like you are in setup mode. Or maybe some button are not released (button failure)? After correct time input, it must have some setup button for going up from that flashing mode (OK, mode, setup... button, depend on model). Battery is bad when you release battery, disconnect from power line and it don't hold time.
if its manual its usually the switch on front of box that needs relacing can disconnect and join both together with paper clip to test lighting system. only switch on front of box facing front towards radiator.
Try a different USB port and don't use an extension cable with it either. Make sure the computer you are using is turned ON and stays on during the charging. not sure about the second half of your question, not knowing how to open? and change the battery? If you never opened it to begin with how did you get the rechargeable battery pack into it?? they don't come installed. battery was separate in the packaging on mine. anyhow, there is a little slide button at bottom of camcorder slide the opposite direction, then the whole front of the camcorder slides down and off of the camera. The battery pack goes in. the White plastic that covers both batteries Stays on them do not remove, but if there is a little plastic strip covering the connections remove that. I have the Ultra HD and it also takes regular AA batteries, and you may try that too to see if it will work your camera, if not, maybe something is wrong with the camera.
I am hoping you did not think the rechargeable batteries were already in the camcorder and they got thrown away with the packaging !!!! IF so, then use AA batteries instead. good luck. :)
It is possible to repack the battery yourself , just take the battery apart and inside you will find a set of rechargeable batteries , just replace the batteries with new rechargeables from battery world and repack them as original then put back together and hey presto NEW DRILL ,
This is a triky one. Most cameras will work with rechargeable batteries. If they don't work the most probable cause is this: a normal battery has about 1.5 V nominal charge. Because you use 2 of them you get 3 V nominal charge. Most rechargeable batteries have about 1.21 - 1.25 V like yours. This is given by the technology type used in their construction. However 2 1.25V batteries will result in 2.50 V at nominal charge and some cameras woun't go whell with the 0.5 V difference. You should try other types of rechargeable batteries, maybe some of them will work, but it is recomandable to do that before you buy them, so like I said, it's a triky choice. Try to go to a digital camera shop, they may sell rechargeable batteries more compatible with your camera.