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Camera says to push Reset switch. Problem persists after many times resetting switch.

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SOURCE: PUSH THE RESET SWITCH PROBLEM

same problem....

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Pull the battery out to reset it. Get a DV tape cleaner to clean out the tape deck.

That should solve both.

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The means that the powerup self test is not completing successfully. If there is no error indication in the viewfinder, this unit will need to see a Panasonic servicer for repair.

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Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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Push the reset switch


The means that the powerup self test is not completing successfully. If there is no error indication in the viewfinder, this unit will need to see a Panasonic servicer for repair.

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The Panasonic manual for this problem is stupid. It says "Pushing reset button MAY help resolve the problem"...
nothing else-no explanation of possible problem.....worthless.....

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