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I bought a model # PV-DC152D brand new about 6 yrs ago. It has worked flawlessly untill today. I tried to play a tape and got bold red warning on screen to "PRESS THE RESET BUTTON!" That done, no immediate change occured other that another bold red warning stating "THE CAMERA NEEDS TO BE SERVICED!" What is this all about. I tahnk you for you kind, expidiate, and helpful solution for this problem in sdvance. Sincerely, W. David Killingsworth, R.N., L.N.C.

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Youl have to get it seviced and contact ur cutomer care right away...

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I think ur camera firmware has got damaged

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Jun 14, 2008

    the reset button was said to press because
    "so that the unit shall recover from the problem its software was facing.
    and in and u pressed it.

    the camera in an attempt to correct the solution has damaged the software inside it.

    you can try few solutions

    ---try updating the firmware
    ---try a hard reset
    ---try flashing the memory

    if all this fails then u have only one go.

    get the software reinstalled by the service center.


  • dewan nafees ahmed Jun 14, 2008

    this is what i would suggest you.

    thank you

    dont forget to accept the solution if u go by it.

    have a good day.

    good luck


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