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How do I clear SafeGuard error mode off camcorder? eeror o6

I have removed the battery from the camcorder for a day and it's been unplugged for two days and I still get the safe guard mode error, how do I clear this?

It says remove and reattach battery and plug, I do this for a day and it still says this?

Thanks in advanced for your help!

JVC GR D370U

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  • robertwiley Feb 15, 2008

    What do I clean the heads with? By heads I assume you mean where the battery is attached and where the dc plug attacheson the camera?

  • robertwiley Feb 16, 2008

    I'm very frustrated, I put new battery in safe guard error is still present, how do I reset the camera, is there a way to reset the error?

    I have not cleaned the heads yet.

    I really need to get this fixed, thanks!

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Hello

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 15, 2008

    here you go

    >>then please try replacing the batteries by a new one or a spare battery you have.

    >>if camera remains hanged up like this then you will have to reset it i think.

    >>if you have a service manual it will be more useful for you..

    dont forget to rate the solutions

    thank you

    good luck

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 15, 2008

    >>clean the contacts for the battery and the those on the camera.

    >>also try the AC adapter and still the same safe mode message comes means proceed

    >>this will be a battery issue

    >>now if leave using the camcorder for some time and then error message will get cleared and then the camcorder will tell you that u need to clean the heads

    hope this fixes you

    dont forget to rate the solutions

    thank you

    good luck

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 15, 2008

    no no sir. please dont clean it with hands.

    there is a special procedure.

    there is a special tape which is available at many shops. these is only used to clean the heads.

    but other than head you can clean everything with a soft sponge.. head must not be touched like that.


    please dont forget to rate the solution too

  • dewan nafees ahmed Feb 16, 2008

    i dont think resetting will be a very good option..

    first try all the solutions given above

    please dont forget to rate the solution too

    thank you

    good luck


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