Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The battery pack for my JVC handycam model is already obsolete (you can't find one in any shops) that's why I improvised a power supply for it.
I used a 7.2V battery pack (same specifications with the original one) but unfortunately I connected it to the handycam in reverse polarity.
The handycam won't turn on. I read several articles about damage due to reversed polarity, and they mentioned about a diode-fuse mechanism that prevents total damage to the equipment. Is there any way I can repair it?
L thought the diode was to prevent the damage, not to repair it
Posted on Nov 11, 2012
Hello unless you know something about electronics of course you may repair it ...this kind of equipment are so sophisticated take extremely care....i think it would be better to get a estimated cost.......saludos
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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