Question about JVC GR-D50 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
Started by showing condensation problem, now dead. Authorised dealer advises to bin it. Has anyone had any luck fixing one or should I scrap it as advised?
This worked for VHS camera once: If you know where or can find a heated de-humidifier try that (first). Or put it in an oven which has been warmed up and then turned off. Let the oven cool down to about 160F first. Take out the battery, tape and memory card. Leave it in for a couple of hours or until back to room temp. Make sure you don't forget it. Look for a re-set button inside the where the tape is inserted. Check you manual for its location. Then try it. If it works you're lucky.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
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