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My Panasonic nv-gs75eg 3ccd digital video camera is not working.

The LCD started giving black and white stripes. An attempt to cleaning by spraying the parts with a video cleaner is giving me a signal " PUSH TO RESET SWITCH". Pushing the reset button doesn't reset and restart . What do you think I should do?

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Did you chk whethere the symptom was there in Camera mode ? If camere mode is OK and if you are getting strips in tape mode,then head cleaning may solve your problem. If it is present in camera also, You will have to check LCD hinge Unit (strip)for brokenor cracked.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

  • Subhash Sardesai Feb 09, 2007

    The link Hinge is not at all related to this camera . I will give you exact Panasonic part code if required

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