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Sony drs-11 hello everyboddy can somone help wiht a manual for the drs-11 a get problems wiht my firewire connection the plug is broken I need the wiring connections to the adder bords wiht the schemecits circuits to see ware is the problem my imail is armandodavids@yahoo.co.uk

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  • rehman1122 Sep 12, 2008

    I was working that machine last 6 month working perfect with fire wire but now is not working I used camera same fire wire that working ok.

    But AVI is working ok.

  • tanveerl21 Jan 16, 2009

    where can we buy the board


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Hello,
the problem is a easy fix , your pin connector is broken , the solution is to open unit up , take top lid off , look towards back of unit , you'll see 3 screws that hold the dv board , unscrew , order the board from a sony industrial dealer , unplug the 2 clips , reattach the new board and you are back in business with out the labor charges ..

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I have 2 of these units and have not seen a schematic in either manual

Posted on May 13, 2008

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Tech Friends - 
I recently got a non-sony tape stuck in my DSR-11 (bummer) and was forced to extricate it using the "my tape got stuck in the DSR - 11" article's method of removing the top cover and highest level of circuit board:  
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