Question about Cameras
I got this Panasonic TV from Audiovision Tyger Vally 13 Aug 1013. I visited my children in the UK for 3 months over the festive season. So in real terms the TV was used for only 5 months. The TV shows a grey color when switching on with no sound and has a black section from top to bottom on the right hand side about 100mm wide. Audiovision had several stories relating to the problem. 1) The TV price will be refunded in full. 2) I must buy another make TV, Sharp, in the store and pay in R3000. 3) The Audiovision staff is waiting on Panasonic to advise them. 4)The staff promised to contact my wife morning of 22 April 2014 but she had to phone Audiovision during the afternoon to get reaction. This problem first showed on 09-04-2014 when an accredited installer worked on the system. How do I get the store to act since I do not now trust Panasonic products and does not want a Sharp TV. I want to be refunded and will then look at my options. Does the consumer law cover me in this regard. Please advise. Johan Greyling e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Landline: 021 913 3141 Wife Cellphone 083 303 0995 My cell phone 083 264 1526
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: White spots
In addition, flash lighting dust doesn't make a white spot, but a fuzzy whitish circle (out of focus). The image underneath is still visible, but distorted. These are definitely not flash reflecting on dust.
Posted on Sep 07, 2005
So I had the same problem with my camera. The issue is related to the cracked camera door. The crack protrudes through the large C & E on the bottom of the camera door. When you close the door the negative battery doesn't fully contact the copper node that located on the battery door. The solution I reccomend is to buy a new camera door. If you need a quick fix I would take a small needle & pry up the copper node on the negative side of the battery door. This will allow more contact with the negative side of the battery when the door closes.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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