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Poor/broken connection at AV terminal

I use the AV input to record images from a seperate underwater camera source but the connector/connection is intermittant and tempremental.
"Jiggling" the connection isn't working anymore.
Suggestions to reestablish input and output signals?

thanks,
Bob

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  • wiskera Apr 20, 2009

    I've tried a new cable and the problem is at the connector.

    Do you suggest disassembling the camera to reach the connector?

    And if so, what's the procedure involved?

    Bob

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Hi,

You can easely replaced the input/output AV connection. But first use an new AV cable. I fyou need a servicemanual send an email to Rotronica in the Netherlands

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