Question about JVC Cybercam GR-D72 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
My camera is about 4 years old, and has barely been used, but now all of a sudden, when you open the side screen, you can barely see anything. It's like the LCD or crystal is blown or something. If I take it in to where I bought it from they are going to charge me $30 just to drop it off, plus pay for shipping for them to ship it out, then I have to sign an agreement to pay up to $150 dollars before they will call me to let me know what is wrong and how much it is going to cost to fix. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The User Manual for your model can be downloaded in .pdf form at this URL: --> http://books.jvcservice.com/download/696783240/LYT0944-001A.pdf The adjustment instructions are clear enough in the manual that you could possibly push the right buttons to adjust the brightness down without being able to read the LCD screen while doing so. It's certainly worth your time to give it a try! Concerning your question about buying an LCD screen and replacing it yourself; you shouldn't do that. The fact that the LCD screen is all white demonstrates the fact it IS actually working. It's just being told by the camera to display all "white", so the problem is somewhere else in the camera. If trying to adjust the brightness down doesn't work for you, then your best option is likely going to be sending the camera to JVC for repair. Not knowing which part to replace could end up making the repair more costly for you if you try to do it yourself. Here is the URL for the JVC service center locater, which can find the repair location nearest to you: http://maps.jvc.com/cAscList/ Hope this helps. ;)
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
Many camcorders of different manufacturers have had CCD chip failures. Unfortunately, JVC only offered free repairs until Oct. 1, 2007. Canon still is honoring their service bulletin. I would still contact JVC and try to get in on the free repairs if it were me. Good Luck, Gary
Many camcorders of different manufacturers have had CCD chip failures. Unfortunately, JVC only offered free repairs until Oct. 1, 2007. Canon still is honoring their service bulletin.
I would still contact JVC and try to get in on the free repairs if it were me.
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
There is a circuite protector near by the connector which is coming from the battery to mainboard.Just replace the same.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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