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same problem here, but with my radio shack scanner. When I disconnect the cord, however, the low battery indicator symbol comes on for a bit so radio seems to be taking in juice. May try a better brand of battery or some rechargeables.
According to the Mercedes forum, you are not alone, the alarm system goes off at random, it has something to do with the tow button, disabling the horn doesn't stop the alarm and the lights keep flashing. But the horn is quieted. I would trash the alarm system, or pay the dealer to mess with it, which is usually an expensive joke. You have insurance on the car, let them steal it. I stopped worrying about my bike, I leave the key in it. Nobody touches it. Before I couldn't leave site of it. Now, I don't care. Let them have it, I'll get a new one, Anyway, check out mercedes forum.
Mine stopped working, too. I was listening to it using its on-board battery and then it died. I figured the battery was drained but now I can't recharge it. It will not respond when I try to charge it.
Is it rechargable batteries (orignal for the camera), or are you using standard batteries? (AA/RC6 kind of batteries)
If you use AA batteries (or similar) make sure you use alkaline batteries of a good brand. Cheap batteries ofteh don't have the power to run digital cameras. Especially using the LCD screen drains the batteries.
If you have a new rechargable battery and it last only a short time see if using it and recharging it a few times helps the bettery "getting into it". If not, your camera may need repairs.