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I charged the Camera, for 2 hrs and connected the receiver to the tv video/audio input, changed the channel to #1 on both devices and turned the devices and getting no signal when I changed the tv to input 1. could the camera internal battery be completly dead and need to be changed? thanks in advance..

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