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No Display I haven't used my camera in a while. It has been kept very clean and safe. Having charged my battery per instructions I am unable to see anything in the viewfinder. The cap is removed, the power button by the thumb button shows read (on) I can hear the tape moving if I play, rewind etc. I can hear the camcorder when I zoom in/out. I just can't see anything when it's on. The Tally light is also not on. If I use the DC charger to operate and not the battery it's the same issue. Can you please help? Your expertise is appreciated

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Underneath the black battery, when you take it off to charge, there is another small battery compartment it holds a round battery about an inch in diameter. try replacing it. that might be the problem. hope it works out for you.

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