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No power Sony Handycam Model CCD-FX620

Is there a fuse I need to check on the Sony Handycam Model CCD-FX620. I've replaced the CR2025 wafer battery and have a fully charged Duracell rechargable battery, but the camera is dead. No digital display no viewer, no door ejection, nothing at all.

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    I have the same problem....is the camera worth trying to fix?

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There are fuses ,but they are small solder in types, all fx series camcorder have a common problem with the rear power board working it's way loose and unplugging itself from the main board. these units have alot of solder connection issue due to sony's use of poor solder back in the earily 90's

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