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Panasonic AG-DV2000P internal settings

Panasonic AG-DV2000P: What are the correct switch settings for DIP switch S-4 on the mechanism circuit board? The service manual does not mention them. There are 6 switches on S-4.

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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.

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