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Re: fault code c-31:22
Your needs repair in mechanism..Fault given is undetected reel motor rotation .This can be caused by a bad captan motor ,pinch roller bad or bad LS chassis ribbon from upper cassette mechanism.If unit has old type (B) mechanism ,there is a good change LS chassis ribbon is bad .When cassette is inserted and pushed into mech .The latch for LS chassis wears down ribbon and causing a sensor fault ..
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O heck my friend, this is mostly a problem with a stupid delicate cylinder within the camera tape area that can (does ) drop off, some times the camera will work 10 or so minutes then stop, some time just changing your camera cass tape will make it work for a while then stop again. It is simply a bad design on Sony cameras you can call Sony for help, if you look for Sony camera service centre in your country on the internet you will see number to get help.
Beeping and error code flashing shows that camcorder got some problem and usually its tape mechanism that needs qualified tech to check and fix. Mostly its take-up reel section problems. Local camera tech will fix it. Thanks.
HI, this is a mechanism fault beep you are hearing. the mechanism and load motor is damaged. you will need to send this unit to the Handy cam repair depot for this repair. you will need a new load motor and loading dock mechanism as well.
Exactly the same problem as everyone else. There's bound to be someone who can offer advice on what to do. The camera obviously recognises the fault as F05, but where can you reference the remedy to this F05 code? It's not in the manual as far as I can see
The tape end sensor, or record sensor has a fault, or the electronics that reads the sensors has a fault. This could be dirt on them, or an actual failure of some type. Without dissassembly and proper troubleshooting, speculation would only be a guess.
The service diagnostics do not show every possible type of failure that can occur in the camera. It only shows the main areas.
Does the unit say anything about moisture? This sounds like a moisture fault. Leave the unit open for a day in a dry area and try it. If it is moisture and everything is OK this should solve your problem. If it doesn't solve your problem you could have a bad moisture detector. This is a small square metal looking device near the video drum with two wires hooked to it. It's job is to protect the camcorder and keep it from damaging tapes when moisture is present in the unit. The simplist way to verify if it is defective is to jump a wire across the two connections and try the unit. If it works this is your problem and you will need it replaced. A good repair shop should be able to do it for about $50 US. Two websites which give free estimates are http://www.videotech.com and http://www.camcorderrepair.com Good luck.