Question about JVC GR-D30U Camcorder
I probably don't need to add anything since I believe this is a common problem. when I turn on the camcorder I receive the above message on the screen.
Give it a good wack. .. . with a wooden kitchen spoon.. try hitting the bottom of the camera or where the battery is attached - this will fix the problem. Believe it or not! Now don't brake the camera. .
it will get rid of the problem. Just a good wack. Believe it . . or Not. (make sure power is off and make sure there is no charge left on the battery if you are going to hit it in the battery.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Sometime i put the camera out in the sun for ten or fifteen minutes and it clears the problem ...
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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