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Old 30th October 2016, 19:03   #76
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Not trying to scare you but in case it does not hold charge, usually it's a dying or puffed battery that needs replacing.
Any pointers to check for a bad battery or a dying one?

I'll go through the link that you posted.
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Old 30th October 2016, 21:45   #77
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Default Re: DIY Install & Review - The Mini 0806 Dash Camera

If it does not hold charge, you can open the camera to check the battery has puffed up. Puffed up or not, if it isn't capable of holding charge anymore, it should be replaced.

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I suggest that you to let it be for now, open it up and investigate in case the error get frequent or any other issue crops up.

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