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Bad video head! How does it get fixed??

What do you mean by "use " Hammer " and fix the Rest of Camera."? Could you please specify your point. Than

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What is left in camera to got repair it? You dont wanna spend $ and wnat to fix it...how possible? its Video Head is damaged.

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1
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2
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Here is an option....use " Hammer " and fix the Rest Of Camera.

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