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Hi,
I think your battery is 100% OK, if the power supply is perfect there may be problem with the switch, clean it with contact cleaner spray often press the switch several times.
if the switch contacts are not connecting, this will help it to clear it.
open the cam, check the power supply on the main board, there is a
small fuse on the circuit board test it with. eventually we have to suspect the mother board. if so should change it.

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