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Dvd... my camara keeps stating Error has occured Error no,0280 read manual the thing is i lost my manual. and my camara wont read anything

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  • rhodyman Jun 11, 2008

    I have an Hitachi DZ-MV350A camcorder and I'm getting the following message on the screen: Error has ocurred. Error code No. 0280. Please read the manual. The manual states that the disc may need to be cleaned. Well, I tried that as well as inserting a new dvd. Neither worked. I also tried to reset the camera by pushing the reset button. That didn't work either.

    I called your comapny and they told me to do these same things. When I informed them that we did, they gave us the number of a repair facility in NY (I'm in RI). The company wants a $100 check up front that will be applied to the repair! I don't think so. I'm sure with shipping each way plus the repair, I'm looking at a $200+ repair for a 3 year old camera.



    If I can't fix it myself then I'm off shopping again though this time it will not be for an Hitachi product!

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Cheers Brett

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