So i know itsa not just me who has had a predator trail cam that will not turn on and with the company being out of buissness you're out of luck. So has anyone found out what makes them quit working or how to fix it?
I asked this question a few weeks back with no response either. Someone could make some serious money if they would become a trailcam technician. All of them have problems sooner or later. Might be better than being an undertaker. Cameras seem to die at a lot younger age.lol
I would ask a local electronics repair shop what they would charge to look at it. The components in these cameras were most likely mass produced by various third party electronics makers then assembled by Predator so you can probably replace the defective part(s) since they didn't die with the company. The question is will the cost be justified? You may want to contact some of the Home Brew guys here for advice too. Good Luck!
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