Question about Cameras
You could have a bad head on the unit, or some other problem, which could involve many possibilities. The unit will have to be troubleshot, and then you will know what it will cost to restore operation. Often, it's just better to get another one off Ebay, or some other outlet.
Looked on the net for answers to this problem, but they said things like "take the batteries out for a couple hours", and things of that nature.
You could run it by a local camera repair shop, and see what they think. Hopefully, they'll know a cheap fix for it, and get it going again.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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