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Re: Sony DCR TRV330 Error message C:31:22
This is a failure of a motor to move inside the camera. There are a number of causes of this problem. The tape will be ejected to prevent the tape from getting damaged. This is usually the head/drum assembly that is not moving. This is not a repair that should be attempted by an inexperienced individual. Please bring this to a service center for repair.
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Go to the sony web site and download the driver for your camcorder. Search: DCR-TRV330 softwear (or USB drive(r)) When it asks for the CD_ROM part number grab the CD that came with it and type in the number that's under the words USB DRIVE. If you no longer have the CD try this number: 2-515-350-01. It's for the DCR-TRV280. IDK if it'll work for yours. For best results fined some one who has the disk for camcorder. It's not a key/buy code or anything like that. You can use it as meany times as you like. It's just a number that is used to identify the softwear with that type of camcorder.
the error code c: 31:40 is related to the drum assy. of the camcorder, you can use the cleaning tape,but if the problem persist then u need to contact the near by service center because it would nt be possible for you to open the camcorder and clean its DRUM assy.
hi there. i just actually had this problem right now. and heres how i fixed it :) it had the error so i took out the tape left it ejected for about 5 seconds. then put the tape back. it read for a little then errored again so it was close. next what i did is plugged the camera in (last time this error happened i plugged in the power and it fixed it) still no fix so i took off the battery waited 5 seconds then put it back on. after that i ejected the tape again and re put it in and it worked! you could try anyone of those things. and usually they work for me. maybe it has something to do with the cameras being old.