Question about JVC Cameras
SOURCE: JVC Mini DV Camera - Lens cap
Lens may be closed with a cover or with some kind of dust or dirt.
Aim at bright light subject. Get out of the house and try to capture in outdoor.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
SOURCE: I have a JVC Mini
Try this one:
1. Take of the battery and take all of the screws out of the exterior and also behind the LCD. I recommend drawing a sketch of each view of the cam on a pice of paper(top,side,bottom,back) and place every screw it its rightful place, cause they're different sizes and you're shure to mix them up if you're not careful
2. Carefuly pull the two sections of the camera apart (left and right). You will notice a connector linking the two parts
3. Disconnect the connector from one side. I think you can disconect it only from one side, you have to pull up on a strapping mechanism. Careful not to force it. Figure it out patiently.
Wait about 5-6 minutes and re-connect it. This kinda resets the whole camera.
4. Put it back together.
Hope that helps..........
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
I have had the same problem...usually had success by taking off the battery, putting it back on, turning the power off and on, etc. It has always gone back in eventually. I also tried re-charging the battery and replacing. Could this be an old battery problem? Mine is 4.5 years old.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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