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Camera always returns to telephoto position

For some reason, the camera always returns to the telephoto position. I can push the w/t control, but as soon as I let it go the camera zooms back to the telephoto position.

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W-T switch is defective and requires replacement,
above part can be demanded under following part number for DCR-TRV320 camcorder...

1-418-799-11 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (FK-10000)

If you have different model camcorder, let me know to provide you appropriate part number.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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