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Re: dead battery in strret pilot 339
Gently peeling back the silver face plate will reveal a "reset" button, not making any promises as it sounds like you may need a new battery but its defiantly worth a try.
You can remove the battery and google it's part number, this will find you third party replacements and even original units for less that Garmin charge.
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Batteries may need to be recharged or replaced if the error persists
after battery recharge or replacement the unit may require a service
If the batteries currently in the device and it is not
working properly, remove the batteries and wait for 30 seconds and
re-insert the batteries. In doing so if your camera has a back-up or
date and time battery, remove this battery as well. Removal of the
back-up battery will cause a full reset of the camera and will clear any
settings, including date and time.
Hi, yes it should. Have the AC adaptor tested for DC out, you might need to replace it. Most of these prtable units have a rechargeable battery pack, you might want to have it checked out also, because it might be interfering with the AC option as well.
The blinking went away as I had charged it for a very long time. However, it was noted that it would not work on the DVD. The battery needs to be replaced. That solved my problem. I still have to look for a new battery for this device: US Logic 680p DVD player with recharging capabilities due to the portability option. It works fine if plugged in, but the battery just needs to be replaced if I want to use it independent of the plug. Thanks for asking how I resolved the issue.
Hold it to your ear and listing for the singing noise the capacitor should make when charging up.
If you cant hear this then it is dead
Flash units are integral to the main board usually
A new camera is the only cure.
However try Nikon Technical support before giving up completely