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Doesn't sound like tape is recording or rewinding, power is up and unable to do anything because of e04 error

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An e04 error is an error given by JVC camcorders that relate to a video head failure in the camcorder. The video head needs to be replaced as well as alignments to the unit. I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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