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Re: My Quasar VM-L143-C Camcorder screen turns black
If the camera records the video it will be there in the memory of it
and you can check it by connecting it with a computer.if the video is
in the memory there will be no problem with the recording device and
the problem will be only to the LCD screen .if it is so, replace it
with a new one which cost you about 35$-40$.if the settings are not
correct the above problem will occur.so check the settings first and
then go for the replacement of LCD .check whether the color of the LCD
screen is in the correct level(check the brightness,contrast....)thank
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To start ensure that you removed the cover from the lens.
Also remove battery and put it back in place to reset the camcorder.
If you get only sound on playback, connect the camera to a computer or TV, or play the tape on a different camera.
If you get picture in there, then the camcorder is recording, but the video playback does not work because of a faulty LCD display.
If when you play back the movie on a different camera, or using the compute you still get no picture then the camcorder is faulty.
Faults that can cause black screen can be:
Faulty CCD sensor.
Faulty controller board.
All this faults are not easy to diagnose and fix, if there is a fault , then it is better to take the camera to a repair shop.
To find this information You can call the customer support telephone number at 1-800-211-7262. Between the hours of 9am-7pm EST. You can also use the customer support e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Give them the Brand name and model number of the camcorder. Tell them that you need a copy of the owners manual and that you are having problems with distorted video recording. They will be able to help you find a solution. I Hope this information helps you with your camcorder problem.
your pause . . . button . . . has come loose from
the tiny switch that actually controls pause ;
the remote ( it has a battery ) can activate
pause , directly from your control chip and is
cheaper than the repair ;
Its a stuck iris assy an iris cucuit fault or many small pana cpsm that go bad all the time in these unit. Mke sure the iris didnt het seitched to manual andif it is i auto try tappin the lens a littlethe see if it opens Good luck