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JVC Camera repair

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.

Where can i find the spareparts? Tq.

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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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