I´m currently travelling in Bolivia and in the last few days have gone from humid lowlands to freezing highlands. I´ve found after a particularly wet evening that the camera started playing up. First, the LCD fades out, then on turning the camera off, the camera won´t power back on. I took the battery out and let the camera dry out (if it needed to) and after a day it started working again. But after a second day of rain the same problem has occurred, only this time it won´t power on at all.
Any suggestions are welcome, as my camera is invaluable over here.
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Answer: In the tropics, the sun's rays fall almost flat on the earth's surface. Heated air rushes upwards, and an area of low atmospheric pressure forms at the surface, where there is a calm. There cooler air masses flow, creating at times only weak changeable winds. These movements of air masses determine the weather in the tropics. There, in the lowlands, the greenhouse climate dominates - it is hot and humid. Since at noon the sun is almost at the zenith, the heat reaches 30 ° and above. At night, the air is very little cooled, because there is high humidity. Early in the morning it's slightly easier to breathe, but soon there will be powerful cumulus clouds in the sky, often falling down in the downpour, which sometimes lasts all night.
North and south of this belt, in the "horse latitudes", the cooled air descends to the surface, and there are regions with constant high pressure (anticyclone). The descending air masses in the form of a large spiral rotate in the Northern Hemisphere clockwise, and in the Southern hemisphere rotate against it. In these latitudes, clear windless weather is often established, in the daytime it is warm, at night it is cool. Other areas of anticyclones appear at the poles.
Since you've already replaced the power cord and still the led light won't came on, this is an indication that the power supply board of your unit is dead. If it is not under warranty period(if so, avail it because the manufacturer will fix it for free) open the back cover and check the continuity of the fuse using the multimeter, if you found it open replaced it with the same current(ampere) ratings and then try to turn on the TV. If the replacement fuse blew again, this is an indication of more serious problem on that board. If the replacement fuse didn't resolve the issue, other parts on that board gone to malfunction as well. If this is the case, I would advice you to replaced the entire board for your convenient. The cost will almost the same rather than troubleshoot it. Check the actual part no of your board and check this LINK.
All those warnings are controlled by the computer, so it might be a computer glich. But most likely it was hot in the car and maybe even humid in it that caused an electrical component not to work. Then when you started it up the next day it was cooler or less humid. Which is an indication that something is getting weak (electrically).
Hi your problem sounds like the battery is gone and won`t take a charge. When your engine is running the alternator is supplying the electrical power to run the car ( and normally charging the battery as well ) Even though it seems strange for the battery to go suddenly, it does happen. How old is the bat. Most last about 5 years with normal driving ( batterys last longer if the car is used every day ) Anyway i hope i have been of some help to you. John (south Wales UK )
Same Problem, same day, have you found any solution?, i stored the camera for abut 6 months following the Manual specifications, keeping the camera away from humidity, dust, even light and unmounted batteries, but it didn't turned on when i really needed it, I tried changing batteries, power source, i've already checked the lock/standby and the main dial, anyone help please!