Question about JVC GR-D33E Mini DV Digital Camcorder
When i turn on the camcorder it says remove lens cap but i have already removed it i have a JVC GR-D33EK camcoder. when i insert tape it gives an ERROR 03 asking to eject the tape and reinsert it but does not start working even after doing this. without tape it gets on and looks perfect.
SOURCE: Lens cap fault on JVC GR-D72
This is a known problem with this model. The cause has been identified by JVC as a failure of the CCD image sensor. Until October 1, 2007, repairs of units exhibiting these problems will be made free of charge at JVC Factory Service Centers.
Posted on Apr 05, 2006
see web page http://www.jvc.co.uk/knowledge-list.php?id=4#0 Important Notice to Camcorder Customers A. JVC has received reports that in certain circumstances, a small quantity of units of the models listed below, may, while in the camera mode, show no picture, a distorted picture and/or display "LENS CAP" even though the lens cap is removed. We have identified the cause as a failure of the CCD image sensor. Until 1st October 2007, JVC will cover the cost of repairs of units exhibiting these symptoms. If your product is within the twelve month manufacturer's warranty, please return it to your retailer who will arrange a repair under the terms and conditions of the warranty. If your product is outside warranty, please write to: JVC Consumer Support JVC UK Ltd 14 Priestley Way London NW2 7BA Please enclose a copy of your purchase receipt and warranty certificate. Please note that proof of purchase is required. PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR CAMERA DIRECTLY TO JVC. You should send ONLY your purchase receipt and warranty certificate with a covering letter. JVC will contact you to advise how the repair will be carried out. Please call 0870-330-5000 if you need any assistance in obtaining a free repair. We apologise for any inconvenience and are appreciative of your understanding and support. Model Numbers Affected VHS-C Camcorders GR-FX15E, GR-FXM393E, GR-FXM39E, GR-FX16E, GR-FXM404E, GR-FXM40E, GR-SX19E, GR-SX25E, GR-SXM29E, GR-SXM49E, GR-SX26E, GR-SXM30E, GR-SXM50E DVC Camcorders GR-D20E, GR-D21E, GR-D22E, GR-D30E, GR-D31E, GR-D40E, GR-D50E, GR-D60E, GR-D70E, GR-DX25E, GR-DX35E, GR-DX45E, GR-DX55E, GR-DX75E, GR-DX95E, GR-PD1E, JY-HD10E, GR-D18E, GR-D225E, GR-D23E, GR-D24E, GR-D32E, GR-D33E, GR-D34E, GR-D43E, GR-D53E, GR-D54E, GR-D63E, GR-D73E, GR-DX27E, GR-DX28E, GR-DX36E, GR-DX37E, GR-DX47E, GR-DX48E, GR-DX57E, GR-DX67E, GR-DX77E, GR-DX78E, GR-DX97E
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: safegaurd mode
Unfortunately this is a repair issue. There are several failures that can occur, none of which will be resolved without service, that create this safeguard situation. Often the fpc cable which carries sensor information to the micro has been injured and that requires repair. Good luck, magic seadog
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
SOURCE: jvc video camera
sounds like you have a broken Vcc (Capture chip) This fault is not user repairable, Check with your manufacturer if this item is within warranty, if so then the manufacturer should fix this for free, if not then you will need to have this serviced by a Jvc Service partner.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
SOURCE: JVC Camcorder Model # GR-D270U
On page 51 of your manual, it states that an error has occurred and recommends resetting it by removing your battery, waiting a few minutes to clear it, and then resuming. If that doesn't clear the issue, then it may need servicing.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2007
SOURCE: My JVC GR-D77OU Mini DV
Remove the battery and or the power supply (plug), leave it out for a few minutes, then reattach. This should solve your problem.
Let me know if this helps....
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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