Question about JVC Cameras
Here are some work arrounds i found on some users who have fixed the E04 error
Go down to your local drug store and buy some rubbing alcohol and que tips.Turn your JVC camcorder on and hit the eject button. Now while its in eject mode and the tape is removed,remove the battery and all power sorces from the JVC camcorder.Dip your que tip in the alcohol,(dont soke it)look inside where your tape goes and you will see a black round opject.Thats the capsten.Rub the alcohol qu tip on that doing a up and down motion and go all the way around.
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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