Question about JVC Cybercam GR-DVL820 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
Hi I CAN NOT make the E01 error code go away and it tells me to remove and replace battery to fix. I have 2 batteries and neither have been successful. The tape door opens but I cant get the tray thing to budge so I cant insert tapes.A few times I saw the lens cap error but it hasn't been consistant problem. I have never been able to record my 2 new grandbabies and they are coming this summer so if these snaffues are easy/cheap repairs PLEASE SEND ADVISE AND INFO ASAP! Any wisdom you can share is greatly appreciated for TANNER & KAYTLYNNE!
EO1 is a load motor timeout error. This is normally caused when part of the transport is locked or jammed. A defective tape can also cause this error. The mechanism is attempting to move and is not being allowed to for some reason. Repeated attempts at running the camera in this state will cause the fuse to open in the regulator circuit. Have an experienced tech look at this for you. Good luck! Joe Weibel Customelectronics.org
Posted on Feb 13, 2007
Hi guys I have moved the switch to on and opened the "tape door" fastly. When the tape has been ejected the camera worked again!
Posted on Jan 18, 2014
Still having this problem too with the JVC GR-D27OU
load/eject barely works and when yi do manage to get a tape in then the SafeGuard mode error pops up.
obviously some kind of bug since this is a common problem apparently, ... hard to tell if its mechanical or software though.
anyone find a better fix for this yet?
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
Okay i tried this for about 2 hours last night and it didn't work i did everything but slam it on with a hammer which i was about to but didn't where is this button that needs to pop up so maybe i can try another way. email me at my00stang@yahoo,com
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
I had the same problem with my JVC camcorder. I emailed JVC support. They responded with: Take the video tape out of the camcorder. Take the battery out for a few minutes. Replace the battery. If it works, do not use that video tape again....toss it. I did that and it worked. The error message doen't even suggest that as a problem. Hope this helps someone. Sharon
Posted on Jan 30, 2007
There is a little button that detects the presence of the battery. On JVC's you have to slam the battery on really hard. Or the button won't pop out. It won't reset until you "force" the button. The following link also might be of interest to you - http://jvc-class-action.blogspot.com/ Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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