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Thread: RE: Please read me! - need help badly!!!!

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    Default RE: Please read me! - need help badly!!!!

    Hi,

    am a newbie to camcorders but really need some help. My girlfriend and I are expecting a baby in june and we were going to film it, but our camcorder, a JVC GR-D60EK, has suddenly stopped working!.

    I know very little about camcorders although I am quite good with computers and most electrical things etc, and wondered if anyone has any obvious ideas why it had stopped working, as I have only had it since september last year.

    I heard somewhere that it maybe the battery but surely as I have had it since september it would last longer than that?

    I would be grateful if anyone could help.

    Please reply if you have any ideas or are an expert etc, lol


    if you live in the UK, my contact phone (which i suppose i shouldnt really give out except we are so desperate to get it working), is 07880755250.

    Many Thanks


    Martin Green.
    m green

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    You bought it in September? Then it's covered by the manufacturers warranty. I suggest that in the first instance you take it back to the retailer and failing that contact the manufacturer direct.

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    that's if it was bought new.

    In case it wasn't, can you run it straight off an ac adapter?
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