Question about RCA Video Cameras
I have a RCA #540 camcorder that needs repair, experts tell me it will cost about $250 to repair it but it's not worth it. I have not found a digital that has the zoom or the clearity of this camcorder. I have owned several and looked at several more in the $250-$500 price range. Why is the old technology better and can I find a digital as good
Let us attack this from a different perspective. What is the problem with the camcorder? Typical labor rates will be in the $150 range, so you are looking at that much for the repair without parts. Please update this with a problem description and I'll try to provide you with what needs to be done to fix it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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