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Lose time and date stamp on power off

The time date stamp is lost each time I power off the camcorder. Does anyone know if there is an internal battery other than the main battery and how I can replace it?

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According to the manual, you need to power up your 710 with the AC adapter for 4 hours to recharge the internal battery. If this doesn't work, I suppose you need to replace the internal battery, and that's beyond my knowledge.

Posted on Dec 17, 2006

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