Question about Panasonic Palmcorder PV-GS9 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
When I record to mini dv I sometimes get blue bars across the picture. Sometimes it happens and sometimes not. Can't seem to figure it out.
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Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Beat the **** out of my camcorder...
May be a short term fix but at least it feels good to do it... ;-)
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
I thought you all might be kidding but figured what the heck. Gave it a whack or two and the problem did go away.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
Same 4 me i gave it a right cross left uppercut straight right ... Works like a champ!!!
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Lmao. i also just gave my cam a good whack. it fixed it! thanks for the "tip" :)
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
I also gave my camera one good whack and now the blue lines are gone.. wow! Thanks for the tip!
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
I covered several threads that recommended buying a Mini DV cleaner and running it up to 4 times. They also suggested to change to change your video tape as it may have been the cause of the original problem. These solutions may have worked for many but not me. My camera was becoming progressively worse. It went to blue bars and no sound to no picture at all...just blue. After using a cleaner 4 times I became frustrated to the point I was going to buy a new camera. However, with the camera still playing, I did the typical guy thing and rolled up my fist and gave it a good hit along side of it. Remarkably it went back to just the blue bars. I hit it again and it went back to a perfect picture. I'm not saying this will work for you and hitting it too hard could make things worse but I was at a point where I didn't care any more and took a chance that paid off.
Posted on May 30, 2007
It sounds like you have a bad connection somewhere in the unit, most likely in the CCD block. If the unit is still under warranty you should have it fixed by an authorized agent before the warranty expires. If it is out of warranty the following websites offer free estimates http://www.videotech.com and http://www.camcorderrepair.com If you are good with tools, have a good set of jewelry screwdrivers, have a set of magnifying glasses, a steady hand, some knowledge of electronics and a whole lot of patience you could open the unit up and check for any loose ribbon cables. Beyond that you would be at a loss to go any further and would probably be better off getting the estimates and then deciding on repair. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 20, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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