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Displaying "push reset button"

When you turn on the camera displaying "push reset button" after pushing the buton after few second again it will display same.

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  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2007

    This is the worst camcorder ever. DO NOT BUY IT!!! Panasonic are a cheap and nasty make and all it does is say "push the reset switch". Will not work, now the tape mechanism is not working. it is pretty much self destructing itself.

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem.

  • Manish Modi Feb 09, 2008

    Hi I am also havig same problem but not getting any solution!

    Do anyone have solution?

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    i also have the some problem. my advice also dont by the panasonic again

  • adnanhaddad Jun 27, 2008

    the reset button still display always i don't know why but when i remove the cassette it's gone , is the problem from the cassette???

  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2008

    camera diplays "push reset button" and casset tape is damaged on removal

  • yash_129 Jul 24, 2008

    IT KEEPS ON SHOWING THE SAME THING AGAIN AND AGAIN. EVEN TRIED HEAD CLEANING CASSETE

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I had the same problem, I took it to panasnic and had to replace the tape carriage mechanism, fixed the problem but was EXPENSIVE (but less than a new camera so decided to do it).

Technician said lack of use causes the carriage to seize up (I barely use my camera) he said store with tape out of camera, and once a week play / record for a few minutes to keep the carriage in good working order.


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A: try a new video tape

B:
try giving your camcorder a few light taps (or not so light, just don't break it) and then turn it off and then on again

this sometimes helps in my experience but it is not a permanent fix and I suggest buying a new camera as soon as possible

C: Somone said that leaving the camera plugged into AC for 20 minutes or so will fix it, I have tried this myself and it MIGHT have worked (I have used it a few times without any problems but that has happened before

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S1-Button: LAP/RESET
S2-Button: START/STOP
S3-Button: MODE
LIGHT BUTTON: Needs no explanation

LIGHT BUTTON:
The watch is equipped with an electroluminescence (EL) backlight, which can be activated by pressing the EL button. The LCD will light up for three (3) seconds.

CONTROL OF WATCHES:
Normal Display: Hour, Minute, Second and Day of week.
Push of S1-Button: Display shows alarm time in Hour and Minute.
Push of S2-Button: Month, Date and Day of week.
Push of S3-Button: For change of Function.

ALARM OF CHIME ON/OFF:
In normal time: Hold S1-Button and Display shows alarm time in Hour and Minute.
Hourly Chime: While holding S1-Button down, press S3-Button. When all 7 day flags show, the hourly chime is on. When no day flags show, the chime is off.
Alarm: While holding S1-Button down, press S2-Button. Alarm icon will display when alarm is on. Icon will disappear when alarm is off. Release S1-Button and Display changes to normal time immediately.

CHRONOGRAPH MODE:
In normal time, Push S3-Button, chronograph Function will be set.
Start/Stop: Push S2-Button, it operated in cumulative counting up to 1/100 second.
Split Time: Change to Split Time from chronograph time display is performed by pressing S1-Button while chronograph is counting.
Chronograph keeps counting while Split Time is displayed. Push S1-Button again to return to Chronograph Time display.
Reset: Push S2-Button to stop counting and then push S1-Button.

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1) Press "MODE" button until Time is displayed.
2) Press and hold "LAP/RESET" button until seconds display starts flashing.
3) Press "START/STOP" button to change selected entry.
4) Press "MODE" button to change from seconds>minutes>hours>date>month>day of the week>time format>date format
5) Press "LAP/RESET" once you are done to set the time.
To set Alarm time:

1) Press "Mode" button until ALM is displayed.
2) Press and hold "LAP/RESET" button until minutes display starts flashing.
3) Press "START/STOP" button to change selected entry.
4) Press "MODE" button to change from minutes>hours (remember to cycle through for AM or PM
5) Press "LAP/RESET" once you are done to set the alarm.
To toggle Alarm Sounds ON and OFF:

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