Question about Video Cameras
No. This has no relation to the battery if the eject is working or the camcorder switches on to indicate that the battery is good. Only if there is no indication of power must it be checked using a multimeter, the battery charge.
If absent the battery must be charged before you try to switch on.
If however the battery is good then it a failure of the eject loading section or the forward loading which results in the mechanism not coming to rest and hence the door will not reset to the position required.
You will need to remove the door and see if there is any obstruction that causes the loading arms to be stuck. If not there is fault in the loading mechanism and the camcorder must be stripped to check within which must be done only if you are experienced.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
It is not related to batteries. The door latch mechanism is defective that's why you face this problem. You need to replace complete door latch mechanism. It will cost you around $50.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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