I went to charge one of my outdoor cams and then I noticed that it wasn’t responding on the app so I went through all of the reset procedures except it wasn’t responding at all anymore so I did some online reading and it seems like the battery is dead - which kinda sorta checks out, it had been running down increasingly quickly from charge to charge. I bought it at original launch and it has survived several fairly brutal winters in the midwest so I’m not terribly put out by the failure.
I’m not handy at all and have no desire to do this myself but I would like to not throw away the camera. Do local cell phone repair shops do this kind of work or is there a place I can ship it for reasonable cost to replace the battery?
I can remember reading quite some time ago that, hypothetically, a large enough pile of information might result in the formation of a ‘vacuity’. Gosh that sounds as vacuous as ‘Hawking radiation’, but I needed a synonym that didn’t contain an ‘H’ word. At any rate, seems like that ain’t happening here. The paucity really doesn’t even contain the obvious ‘suck it up and buy some more of our fine products’. Maybe now that the kids are old enough to go out at night I’ll just post them on sentry duty.
The Kiddos would not stand, nor would they even sit, watch. So I was forced into taking it to ‘Little Jimmies Free Fix-it-Faster’ Should have known when I spied the Hafenereffer it wasn’t going to end well.