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Weird error message

I'm getting an error message on my camcorder that appears as a combination of letters and numbers (i.e. E03).

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For Models: CC6254, CC6364, CC6374, CC6384, CC6394, CC9360, CC9370, CC9373 There may be a simple solution. Do the following: * Turn your camcorder's power off, then disconnect the power source (battery or AC adapter). * Remove the clock battery, if equipped with one. * Wait a few minutes, then reinstall the clock battery. Reconnect or install the power source — battery or AC. * Then try turning on the power again.

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