Question about Panasonic Cameras
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3 electro chemical capacity in the 3700 series on the camera head board.
change the chemical rear the DAC and above the ADC for process digital signal.
The name of the capacity: c3 c6 c9 in the 3700 section on process board.
The capacity is a part of filter the reference signal out of the DAC for ADC reference for ic1 ic2 ic3...
If the capacity is dead a sinusoidal signal appear for the red blue and green reference voltage and the result is a parasit signal into all camera.
You can measure a 50khz signal on the composite video signal.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is usually caused by an oxidized, misaligned or defective Audio/Video drum. You can try running a cleaning tape through the camera. If this does not solve the problem the camera will need to be serviced by a qualified service technician.
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