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The most likely culprit is the power cord. it is probably not supplying power therefore you have a camcorder with a dead battery. A simple volmeter. will test the output of the charger (should be DC 8.4V 1.5A). If it is not putting out the correct volts Then you van get one from Amazon for like ten bucks. http://www.amazon.com/HQRP-Replacement-compatible-DCR-TRV103-DSR-PD100A/dp/tech-data/B002OVMKE2
hi, its clear that the battery is gone .
replace the battery with a new one its gonna work fine.
when you plug the charging chord into the camera,the camera shuts down because the battery is gone.the battery has lost the ability to charge,so to protect your handycam from any hazard the camera shuts off.
Look at the camera as though you were peering into the lens. On the front face of the camera in the lower left hand corner, there is a rubber plug labeled DV In/Out. Under that plug is an IEEE-1394 port (firewire). You will need to purchase a firewire cable and have a computer with the same port (some are four pin and others are six pin...I believe the four pin is more common, but the cable will need to match). When you plug the camera to the computer, it should be detected automatically similar to a USB device. You will also need to have the software for capturing and editing the video. My HP laptop came with a fairly decent program called Cyberlink Powerdirector. You can check out the videos I've done on youtube with my DCR-TRV103 at www.youtube.com/user/stu11926.