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JVC GR-D30U "CONDENSATION-OPERATION PAUSED"

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  • rafaelv305 Jun 12, 2008

    Hello. My name is Rafael Valdes. I am having the same problem with my video camera. (CONDENSATION) I would appreciate it if you had any other advice on solutions on the problem. Please email me asap with solutions you would think would work. Thank you.

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If the camera becomes damp or cold and brought into a warm atmosphere damp forms in the mechanism which would cause the tape to stick and become damaged or fouled.

leave the camera to warm up for a few hours and the fault should clear.

If not the most common reason is the dew sensor has failed and needs replacing

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