VIDEO CAMERA JVC DR-DV1U THE PLACE WHERE THE BATTERY GOES IN HAS A SLIDING LID/COVER. THAT COVER CAME OFF. IN THE PROCESS A THIN ELECTRICAL STRIP PULLED OUT AT THE CAMERA. I WAS ABLE TO PUT THE THE LID/COVER BACK ON. THE THIN ELECTRICAL STRIP IS 4 WIRE WITH A SLID IN CONNECTOR. IT HAS FOUR LEADS. I THINK IT IS THE CONNECTOR FOR THE AC ADAPTER (6V). I BELIEVE I FOUND THE SLOT IT WENT INTO BECAUSE ALL OF THE FUNCTIONS WORK VIA ADAPTER LESS BATTERY. I JUST NEED CONFIRMATION THAT I FIXED THE PROBLEM. I BELIEVE I NEED TO GLUE DOWN THE ELECTRICAL STRIP AND I AM THINKING OF USING A RUBBER GLUE. DO YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS.
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Look at the camcorder's display to identify if it is in Safeguard Mode. If its display indicates an error number of E01 to E06, your camcorder is in Safeguard Mode.
Disconnect your camcorder from its power source and remove its battery by sliding the latch forward and sliding the battery down while pulling it away from the camera's body. Wait at least two minutes before continuing.
Remove the camera's cassette by pressing the "Eject" button, waiting for the cassette door to open, and lifting it out of the tape bay. This step is only necessary if the camera indicates the E03 or E04 error code or it tells you to eject and reinsert the tape.
Replace the camera's battery, power connection and cassette, and turn the camera on.
Open the battery cover by sliding the latch toward the center of the camera and flipping the lid up. Holding the other side of the camera, lightly slam the end with the open battery compartment against the cupped palm of your other hand and the battery should slide out a little. Grasp the battery and pull it out the rest of the way.
Please open the back lid portion of the N95 by sliding it away from you.Remove the battery cell..after this you can see the Sim Holder carefully slide the SIM card you will use.Then place back the battery cell..place back the LID cover by sliding.Power-on your cell phone and it is now ready for use
All you need to do is leaver off the power button strip with a thin screwdriver. The power button strip has a slight gap at each side this is where you insert the thin screwdriver or thin leaver. The power button strip has two plastic locking down lugs at each side they hold it in place. Do it from the power on button side first with the screen flat backwards or you will pop off some keys. Getting off the power button strip is the hardest part without poping off keys or scratching the case. Unscrew the single silver screw to release the key board this screw is located slightly to the right of center although there are four locking down tabs on the keyboard it is only held down in the second one from the right. (It’s the longest screw in the laptop) Push the keyboard slightly forward then tilt the keyboard towards you and lay flat (you should have enough strap to do that) If you want to remove the keyboard completely you have to lift up the left and right lug each side of the strap) Just at the right top edge of the strap connector you will see a silver headed screw, remove it. The CD/DVD writer is now free however at the end nearest to you it is pushed into its electrical socket which is part of the motherboard. If you press on the silver metal bit that you removed the screw from (looks a bit like a top chopped off triangle) the writer will slid out of its electrical socket, the device will come out from the right side of the laptop. Remember if you are replacing the writer you will have to get one with the correct electrical socket. Replacement is the reverse of removal. Slid in the DVD writer make sure it slots into the electrical socket. Put the locking screw back in. Locate the keyboard in its forward slots and slide in the strap, lock it into its connector, by pushing down the lugs either side. Lock down the keyboard with its screw and push back into place. Push the power button plastic strip into place. Do the operation with the battery out and the power adaptor disconnected. Hope this is clear enough and helps.
check the scanner glass under the cover where the documents are fedd through if you lift the lid on this you should see a thin slip of glass if this has ink or usually tipex on it the lines will be on every fax that goes out.. there might be a small roller over this that has a clip each end you can take this out for acces to hte glass
Carefully drill a small hole (2-3mm diameter) into the visible end of the battery (drill as close to the flat edge as you can and in the middle to avoid the cells). Then swrew in a small screw - this should allow you to pull the battery out.
Did your battery came with a small, short cable? If yes: - turn off the camera - plug the cable in the camera but DO NOT attache the battery to the camera - turn on the camera - if the camera is working, than the battery is working. - tape off with electrical tape the battery terminals - all of them. Now you can attach the battery to the camera.
I have a s5500 with the battery lid clips broken.. fuji says ,, nope no warranty on that part ,, what a joke,,$120 dollars labour plus parts and freight for repair... anyway ,, went to jaycar (electrical supplies etc) and found a small metal clip/ fastener that I used on an existing exterior screw below where the strap is located. i then placed another screw in the lid that allows the remainding hole in the fastener to slip over, works like a charm. took me around 3 minutes to do and does not affect the grip on the camera and still alllows it to be easily opened and closed. I am most pleased i now have my camera back.
You can use another brand battery on your JVC camera as long as it meets the same specs as the original battery, however we recommend that you use a JVC battery to assure optimum performance from the battery and camera. If the camera is damaged by a third party battery the warranty will be voided and it will be up to the customer to cover the repair charges.