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Re: Sony CCD-TR805E Auto focus and manual focus...
I have to send you its exploded view in pictures because its bit old model like 1996 and at that time service manuals were in paper form not in pdf format. Here I can post up to 150k size picture which would be not good enough to see details. And I have to scan concern pages to make pictures to send you through email. Now its your turn to let me know are you ready to proceed...:)
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Hi, This is problem of ccd imager chip failure in your DCR-HC30 camcorder and ccd imager chip will be replaced to get live view in camera mode. Let me know if you want to replace ccd imager chip by yourself if you know soldering parts in circuit board and can apart camera safely to provide you part number info OR take camera to qualified tech for fix. Thanks.
Are you sliding the switch from "Auto" to "Man" first? The focus switch is located at about the mid-point of the camera, just forward of the flip out LCD. The focus ring is the larger of the two lens rings, the one farthest towards the front of the camera. The smaller ring behind that one is the zoom ring. Also, make sure something isn't inadvertently pressing down the "Push Auto" button immediately below the focus switch - that can force the camera to autofocus even if in "Man" (manual) focus mode. Hope that helps!
There are 2 possibilities for that symptoms in JVC GR-D347U camcorder is either aparture in lens mechanism is stuck and does not pass image towards CCD Imager OR ccd imager itself got bad. Qualified camera tech can fix it because it requires expertise. If you want to fix it, download service manual from HERE for small fee, that will help you how to disassemble/ apart camera and part info etc. Thanks.
Hi, Symptom shows bad CCDIMAGER in camera and requires replacement. (IC951 on CD-465 board, mounted at end of lens mechanism). Nice to know that you are tech person so buy CCDIMAGER from any part store under following part number..
A-7013-219-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (CCD IMAGER) (TRV138/TRV338) Good luck.
There is a bulletin (E31529192) that describes your exact problem and recommends replacing the screws with new different screws to prevent this from happening again. The front section around the lens assembly is only held by 3 screws so access isn't a big deal, just be careful if you try this because there is a cable connected to the microphone that is easy to damage. The new screws are part number 3-056-559-01. Be sure to rate this solution. Thanks!
I hope this helps. I have a PV-GS85 camera and the reset button for it is on the right hand side of the camera as you're holding it. It is a small recessed button just in front of (toward the lens) the Auto/Manual/Focus switch. It should say 'RESET' next to it. You may have to get something small to poke into it to reset it. Hope this helps you.
that problem is on the lens assembly...one the two motor is not working
properly...sometimes it is a poor connection to the socket of the main
board...other is photo sensor of the lens(not the ccd image sensor)or
the driver ic of the 2 motor...i suggest you have to go the service
center for repairing you camera cause it need to disassemble the camera
for doing this....