Hello. I'm Thelaha from Malaysia. I'm repairing my JVC Camera. Just recently a 'small screw' was found lossen and dropped inside the video camera. After a while, the Video Cam doesnt work.. due to short circuits..
I opened the casing and found out that one of the component was faulty.
The component number is: F6801.. most proabably a fuse resistor.
Hi Ithelaha, are you rigth, its a fuse, Im fix my GR-70U whit a very thin cooper wire filament like a haed hair, becose that fuse its beetwin 1 and 2 amp.
I Know, this no wey, but I live in Mexico you know
By carefull, it is a small area to solder, use 30 watts pencil.
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Repair might be quiet simple or very difficult as it will depend on how much damage has been done. For example it could just be small crack on some circuit board that is the problem, easily repaired. One way to test it would to give it a gentle shake. If you can hear things rattling about inside then expect a big bill!
If you choose the replacement option then just enter the model number in the Amazon website. If it's still available it will come up, or something else will catch your eye.
Hello, Not quite sure what part you are referring to unless you mean the CCD assembly that looks something like a fish eye. There is no easy fix for a camera lens problem. It requires special tools and service procedures not available to the consumer.If a lens is even handled wrong it will result to serious problems which will add higher costs to the repair.You will find the repairs cost more than a replacement camera. Best Regards, Russell
Hi! Better check it with qualified technecian. It might damage everything if you force it. The lense broke inside. It needs to be replaced or adjust the screw to lossen so that lens will go back to its original position.
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Your camera probably has a short from some loose screws which is a very common problem on your G9 model. There is a really great site that exclusively services Canon Powershot cameras and they are terrific for service on these. Try this site: www.camerasandparts.com For $89 all in, they cover the repair, the do the best no power correction for these G7 and G9 camera model, the servicing of the camera and the shipping back is also included. They're tough to beat and they just do exceptional work on the Canons. I hope that helps you with this problem.
To repair the sensor it is recommended that you take it to a camera shop to be repaired. Also if it is a recall then JVC should replace it for free if not, I would recommend taking this matter up to the BBB
You should first check the JVC website for a manual. This is a recent model and a manual should be available for free download. Another option is a website called safemanuals.com. They have a massive database and often can supply manuals that are not available elsewhere. The specific supplier is diplodocs and you will need to create an account. Its free and easy. Good luck
When you dropped the camera you ended up jamming the iris closed. There may be additional damage within the lens assembly. In order to repair the stuck iris, the optical lens assembly needs to be partially disassembled. This is not a project for the novice. This should be taken to a JVC authorized service center for a repair estimate. The estimate will cost about $50 or so.
Yes, the lens can be cleaned and repaired. But you need to almost completely disassemble the camera. If you are very good at mechanical repair on small items you can fix it. You need to be very patient. If you have big fingers like I do forget it. It's why I hired women to do my fine assembly work. You need the "jeweler's" touch if you know what I mean. The inside workings of the camera are really small and require a Magnifier with a light to see. Jewelers screw drivers and tweezers. Use Methanol to clean and not acetone. Alcohol works but Methanol is better. All the connectors are micros and irreplaceable if broken. The screw sizes (0-80 series and smaller)are mixed so care must be taken when replacing in the right location.
If all this doesn't scare you then good luck.
To answer your question nothing is going to drop inside the set,I also need to tell you that a cleaning of the inside is not going to correct the problem,you should get at least the opinion of a servicer to determine if the set is repairable or not,an experianced techician should have a very good idea as soon as he sees the picture,if he sees the need to remove the back cover that will be a good time for you to see if it needs cleaning,Be safe and get an estimate.