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Head problem my panasonic pv-gs83 is having a problem. my camera was working just fine , then i purchased some sony premium tapes and my camera hasnt been the same. my camcorder will somtimes not let the tape eject, it will go half way out then back in and say press reset switch. after i do that and then leave it alone for about an hour or so it will work again and let me take out a tape and insert another one but does the same thing again when i want it out. please help!

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It is that your camcorder is a fualt where u got it from return it

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Our Panasonic PV-GS83 will not power up at all. We have recharged the battery. Nothing happens when the power "On" switch is activated.


This is usually caused by a failed component in the power circuit within the camera and can usually be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be repaired qualified service technician.


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Ok, these units have a bad problem, with the Power Supply, inside, Sometimes it is mimicked by a bad battery, the only way to check, first is to replace it, If this doesn't fix it then, it must be taken in for repair. There are NO user serviceable parts inside. A delicate instrument, such as this MUST be serviced at a Panasonic recommended Service Agent. Please get the camera looked at, and ask for a "Quote" before any repair is undertaken. This way at the least, you can get an idea, as to repair or replace. often these days, at least in mys repair shop, things can cost as much to repair as a new one with a warranty.


http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Cameras-Camcorders/Camcorders/Mini-DV-Camcorders/model.PV-GS83

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For your SD card, you have to use the USB port to mini-USB port cable that came with the camera, or a card reader. Connect it to the computer, and turn the camera on. Windows XP and Windows 7 will detect it as a hard drive, and give you the options for transferring the pictures to your pc. You also have a firewall cable that you can use with the software that came with the camera. In case you need more information, you can download the manual that will tell you how here:
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