Troubleshooting guide for Samsung SD/HD Camcorder
Please note: The charging indicator will not blink or light up when the battery is not connected
Please note: If the camcorder turns on, neither the AC adapter nor the power cord are defective and the problem is likely within the battery
Please note: If the battery has been stored or charged in temperature below 0°C or higher than 40°C for extended periods of time, the battery may not hold a charge. Try storing the battery at room temperature for a few hours and charge it again
If the battery appears to be charging correctly, allow the battery to completely charge and then attempt to power the camcorder on again with only the battery connected (without the AC adapter).If the camcorder still does not power on or powers on only for a short time then turns off, the battery has been fully exhausted and will require replacement
Some camcorders have the ability to playback video in camera / record mode, however you will not hear audio in this mode. Change the power switch to Play mode and resume playback
Some models have a speaker on/off function in the menu. Ensure that the speaker has been turned on.
If there is still no audio during playback, it's possible that the disc you're trying to play is defective or has been damaged. Attempt to record a small segment on the same disc, speaking directly into the microphone and then attempt to playback in play mode. Attempt to playback another disc to determine if the problem is with the disc or the camcorder.
If you have checked the above settings and your camcorder still has no audio, the speakers on the camcorder may need to be replaced
We recommend to use the following memory card
• SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory cards with 512MB to 16GB of storage
• MMCplus memory cards with 512MB to 16GB of storage
You may also use some SD memory cards. However, SD cards over 2GB are not compatible with this camcorder.
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