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Sir My JVC Cam Card was fallen in water, on showing to a local repairer he says its mother board has been damaged and to be replaced.Where can i get it.I am residing in Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh India

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Sadly, the original Xbox power supplies are rather weak against overloading. I personally know of 3 systems which died due to power issues. I really wouldn't suggest repairing it unless you have someone who really knows what they are doing.

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Does your dvd match the reigon of the player? If you are using a homemade dvd then check if it is a dvd-r or dvd+r. Your player may support the other.

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SOURCE: Authorised service center in Hyderabad, India

+(91)-(40)-66048356----call this number this is the service center number for polaroid digital cam its located in :Secunderabad, Hyderabad-500003

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Even if there is one , it depends on whether the centre is equipped except for minor issues.
so check with your regional service dealer

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Dunno about India, but surely u forgot to replace/check the DiODE when replacing ur IC!

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This is can be due to sensor damage or memory card damage.
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This is common with Flash memory that has been used extensively for a long time and this problem is likely not caused by any fault in the camera.
To check whether the damage is on the card or on the camera, copy a good picture from your computer and check it a few days later with a COMPUTER. If the lines appear on them too, you can say that the card is damaged.
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If you pointed the cam directly at something very bright like the sun (for taking pictures of an eclipse for instance), some parts of the sensor will get burnt. In this case you will get oddly colored dots all over the pics in the same places.
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