Question about Cameras
I don't know if you saw my message as I typed it, because all I saw were a bunch of Quot items where I was trying to depict the connection point labels on the unit with their voltages. They were the + that is supposed to be the +7.6vdc point, and then the C that had the +3.09vdc, and the T that had the +2.91vdc. Anyway, you didn't really answer my question other than to say I should send it in for repair to a Service Center. I don't want to get a high priced repair for something I believe is probably a broken wire on the + connection at the inside somewhere on the unit, but rather am looking to confirm if what I suspect is actually the situation. However, if I need to get it sent in, then I would need to know where to send it in for such repairs, and an estimate on the costs involved.
Where abouts are you located? It is possible that what your saying is the case. The only problem is not doing any further damage doing the repair. Once I get your general location I can better assist you with the best service center.
the above link is for local service centers
and that link is the factory service centers.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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