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steve knight Posted on May 01, 2006
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Camcorder condensation operation paused most of the time. help please. steve.

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Your dew sensor on the cylinder drum is bad. If you cant get it replace simply have someone unsolder a wire from it BUT it then wouldnt pause or stop if it got too damp inside the mechanism and it would ruin your tape and maybe the mechanism. Good luck

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This is usually an indication of high humidity or dampness inside the camcorder. Some devices say "DEW" instead. Most of the time, a simple "airing out" will allow the moisture to be evaporated away. The amount of time required for this to happen is dependent of how damp it is inside the camera and how dry the air is when trying to air it out. Obviously, dry air will evaporate the moisture much quicker than humid air. If you can power the camcorder from your home's electricity - you might want to leave it on so that the electronics inside the camcorder can heat up and significantly reduce the evaporation time.

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