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Sony Handicam TRV30 - Loose Lens

My lens appears loose on my trv30. The left side of the lens appears to be loose. A 1/16th inch gap opens up easily. The camera still works fine. The TR238 looked like the main lens was similar. Is there a way to tighten it up or is something busted?

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  • Fred Goll Apr 17, 2006

    Now posted on TRV30 problem site. Appears to be housing around lens that you would add filters or sun shade, not lens.

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Hi sounds like the screw that holds the ccd is gone but its inside you say it all works good....? put a SMALL!!! drop of "superglue" it will hold nice good luck

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hi sounds like the screw that holds the ccd is gone but its inside you say it all works good....? put a SMALL!!! drop of "superglue" (3 sec glue) it will hold nice good luck

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