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  1. I have just snipped through a CCTV cable with secateurs [after kicking myself quite hard] my repairs only seem to point to the fact that I have dealt a lethal blow to the camera by shorting it. The Geovision 1480B card only increases the lost bleep rate and loses all the other camera feeds when connected and the light on the AC/DC adaptor also flashes. With these symptoms can anyone say if the camera in question [which is one my best - of course] is KO or is it repairable?