20 Most Recent UltraLast Multiposition Universal Chargers (ULCC4H (NABC)) Battery Questions & Answers

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Cameras | Answered 7 hours ago

A) Go to a site that has it available (possibly the manufacturer's site ?)

B) Follow the steps to download it.

Cameras | Answered 8 hours ago

I can find no camera with this name - are you sure you have posted this query in the correct forum ?

Cameras | Answered 14 hours ago

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Cameras | Answered Yesterday

You will need an SD card of 2 GB or lower, the unit can't handle larger SDHC cards. These are not commonly available in stores, but you may find some old stock locally, or check online retailers Search for "2GB SD Card"

Cameras | Answered Yesterday

Yes there are a variety of USB cable you can buy, It will be important to know if the DPF has a Mini USB B or a Micro USB B female port, or a proprietary USB port like some Olympus cameras. Once you know what type you have on the unit, then cables are avaialble through your local computer store or Amazon Without knowing make and model its hard to say more.

Cameras | Answered Yesterday

There are a variety of different G-Shot brand cameras and camcorders, and we don't know which you have. But some of these cameras do not come with USB ports and cannot be connected to a PC.
In that case the only way to transfer data is by pulling out the SD card and putting it into a SD card reader attached to the PC.
Does your G-Shot have a USB port?

Cameras | Answered Yesterday

Please provide more detail on the type of camera and what exactly you are wanting to do.

Cameras | Answered Yesterday

What model camera is it? Can you go to the manufacturers website and look up the manual for it? Look in the manual for a Reset of the camera
Also check and clean the terminals inside the battery compartment
Try a different set of batteries just in case one of these is actually dead.

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Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

Please give fuller details of the problem

Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

What exactly is the purpose of this somewhat cryptic post ?

Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

It may be possible for you to solve all of your little problems by carefully reading the manual or other technical information.

Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

Move the switch to the unlocked position

Cameras | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

I can't say if it needs a battery. If the battery lacks sufficient charge, the motor will of course not operate. There is a circuit breaker to the motor. If it is not engaged, the motor receives no power, at any rate. And if a solenoid is defective, the transmission will not engage for either front or backward movement. These children's toys appear to have had a 30 day warranty on manufacturer's parts. It might be possible to get a part if you can determine the problem. Here is an instructional video regarding the battery although for a different model: https://www.google.com/search?q=lil+rider+support&rlz=1C1AVFC_enUS829US829&oq=lil+rider+support&aqs=chrome..69i57.11486j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

If the wall charger is defective, here is a link to acquiring a substitute: https://www.amazon.com/KHOI1971-Charger-Adapter-Battery-Powered/dp/B01A7UXPYA

Here is an instructional video regarding assembly on one model:


So, the task becomes one of narrowing the problem among possibilities ranging from defective charger, defective battery, blown solenoid, disengaged circuit breaker, or something physically loose in the assembly. I think it has a 15A fuse. But discovery of whether any of these are the problem is likely a bit involved. A less hair tearing option might be to look into a replacement at a distributor such as Target. Hopefully, the instructions which came with the rider include contact information for the manufacturer. Assembly instructions I have viewed on the web do not!

Here is a page with information relevant to charging the battery:


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