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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Re: no power Sony Handycam Model CCD-FX620
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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The previous owner has locked the laptop via the BIOS - you'll need to reset the BIOS to fix this - to reset the BIOS you will need to unplug, remove battery, open bottom of case remove the CR2025 (wafer type) battery and locate the small reset button, hold button down 20 seconds replace CR2025 battery (and recommend replace with new), hold reset button again for 20 seconds) - replace bottom cover. install battery and you should now be dealing with the not knowing the Windows Log In password (which I can't help you with).
The battery is located on the side case where the LCD closes. To remove the battery just push down a little and pull out. Insert the new battery with the positive + side facing out. Replacement battery should be CR2025 or DL2025.
However, this battery is only for the date and time. It does not affect the operation of your camcorder. It sounds like you have an issue with either your lens or your main board. If the camcorder has been sitting unused for a long time, sometimes the surface mount capacitors will start leaking onto the main board. Still a good chance that it is a problem with your lens though. Your iris may be stuck in the closed position or the imager could be bad. Any of these problems would need to be repaired by an experienced technician. The only thing that you can try to do yourself is to "bump" the bottom of the camcorder (under the lens and around your lens) with the palm of your hand to see if you can get the iris to open up.
Sony camcorders C:31:23 error Take the battery out and turn selection switch to camera and then turn it off. Put the battery back in and its working again.
if that doesn't work try
Try smacking the side of the camera relatively hard with the palm of your hand. Eject the tape and reinsert. You may need to do this a couple of times. good luck
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