Question about JVC GR-AXM710 Camcorder
I have a gr-dv800u that kept giving me e01 errors. Sometimes I could clear it by switching from memory to video mode. Ultimately I found that removing the tape would clear the error. Solution: always remove the tape when not in use. It would save battery life if you remove the battery when not using as well.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
You most likely have bad capacitors in the camcorder. Not a really hard fix except you need special surface mounted soldering tools, a service manual and a service wire extention kit. Very expensive these days to repair. There are a few Camcorder repair shops that charge a flat rate. You can look up camcorder repair up on the Internet and find them, or I will send you some if you need. In my opinion, it is time to retire the old girl and find a shiny new digital camcorder. They are not all that expensive these days. Good Luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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