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Any idea how to setup and allign the internal switches of tbc boards in br-s822

I have the br-s822e with all tbc and dnr boards installed any idea about the internal switches inside the tbc boards and the video lum. board and the other boards how to setup them all and make the allignment for the video because i don't have the manual please try to help

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Re: any idea how to setup and allign the internal...

JVC still hass the manual for this machine; call them and ask to buy one.

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Have a JVC HR-S9500U VCR. Just bought it from eBAY. It came on immediately when I plugged it in. The loading door continually opens and closes. The power switch will not turn the machine off.

read your return and description of product and if you used paypal notify seller and return it -dont mess with it because you will void and type of return

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I have a video Panasonic AG-1980. Defect: When I am assisting a cassette and the key this TBC in off the image is normal and the color also. I slide the control soft-sharp and the silent image according to...

these decks are notorious for bad surface mount capacitors in the video and servo circuits. there will be quite a few that will need to be replaced. if you cant do it yourself, it will probably cost too much to repair. you will need access to an esr meter (pasive capacitor checker that checks the capacitor in circuit and the part does not have to be removed), a good soldering iron with a small tip, flux, thin solder, hemostats,solderwick blue and patients. the capacitors in question are the little round silver capacitors soldered directly to the boards. test all caps and locate caps with bad readings and mark them as bad but dont cover up the value marked on the top.the voltage is listed as a letter followed by the series of cap.(eg: 16 jhb would be a 16 mfd, j voltage rating, hb series cap) you can buy these caps cheap from digikey online. you need to be very careful when replacing the caps as if you do it wrong you will pull a trace and have to do major jumper wire work to replace the broken trace. the key to removing the bad cap is to grab them with the hemostats and squeeze, once the hemostats have a good grip of the cap start spinning the cap, dont pull just are trying to break the leads. once they break take your hot iron and wipe off what is left of the cap leads, let it cool and go back and remove remaining solder with the solderwick. clean the spot on board where cap was with anhydrous alcohol to clean any fluid that leaked out of the cap and made it bad. gently grab replacement cap with hemostats so you can hold it and apply flux to bottom of leads, place cap in its place watching polarity( black line on cap is negative and lines up with solid white side of silksceen on board or opposite the little plus on the board, if there is not a line on the cap or if there is a small "n" on the board it is a non polarized cap and direction does not matter)put a small(SMALL)amount of solder on your iron and touch it to the remaining exposed lead. if you fluxed enough and you used the correct amount of solder it should jump to the lead and leave a small shiny round solder joint. practice makes perfect and this will fix your problem. you may have to replace 40 to 50 caps maybe more, depends on how many are bad. good luck with your repair, 1980's were good decks!

Aug 20, 2011 | Panasonic AG-1980 S-VHS VCR

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Was looking to buy one, and before the seller

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Jan 05, 2010 | Panasonic AG-1980 S-VHS VCR

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I have a sony bvh 2830 video tape been working great but tonight its screwerd up....the video out has snow in it as it should not when its in the stop mode...when its roling tape all that on...

Hi Steve, are you using the internal TBC cards or an external (BVT2000)? What's the condition of the demod output as opposed to watching timebase corrected output?

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Panasonic AG-DV2000P internal settings

Section 5 (electrical adjustments) of the service manual covers the settings of DIP switch S-4. It is used to calibrate the supply and takeup photo sensors.

Mar 10, 2009 | Panasonic AG-1330 VHS VCR

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Seems like TBC won't lock, blue cast, picture unstable, weird colors, no contrast

change in stability after warm-up is a sign of defective capacitors. the DS550 and DS850 both are notorious for capacitor failures. don't touch the trim pots unless you have a service manual and a wfm/vectorscope.

Nov 07, 2008 | Panasonic AG-DS555 S-VHS VCR

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Cannot see the System Menu along with the Setup Menu

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turn on machine to view out of video out 3 super
press s302
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press s 303
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No colour at playback when tbe switch is on

The DNR boards for these machines can go bad and produce a black and white picture. Try swapping the DNR board.

Apr 30, 2007 | JVC BR-S822DXU VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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it is a matte of TBC lack your editter don't produce tbc signals with the video out you need to install a tbc board while your old panasonic has built in tbc board regards please don't forget to rate ,thx

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No chroma on playback

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