I have a Sony CCD-TRV87 The moisture signal keeps blinking on the screen. While this is happening you cannot insert a tape. We have dried out the camera ( It never got wet!) but it only seems to work for a day or so and then it happens again.
HELP ! Or should I chuck the camera it the trash.
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Re: Moisture sensor on sony ccd-trv87
Moisture sensor is on the main circuit board and to replace the sensor you probably invest $100-200 for repair. It's the sensor or component surounding the sensor which gone bad. No other way around it. Good luck.
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I have CCD-TRV57E and found camera would switch itself ON and could not turn off. Had switch replaced some years ago and is now fine. Also have a friend with same camera and had the same problem, also had switch replaced.
I use a soft dry satin or pure cotton cloth to clean the heads of my Sony camcorder.Never try to use any type of solvents or harsh chemicals during cleaning as it can damage your camcorder head.Hope you are satisfied with my solution.Thanks
I am having the same problem. When I hit Rewind or Fast Foward, i can see the image moving clearly.
When I hit play though, I just get a BLUE screen with the Play arrow displayed. So it's playing, I just got a blue screen. And last night, I got the blue screen but I could hear the audio.
Then I put a head cleaning tape in the camera, and I did get the picture back on for a little bit.
Skip to this morning, and we are back to the Blue screen again. Only this time, I am getting no audio. And I the head cleaning tape back in but it's not helping anymore.
hi bagirl.. yes of course if they use the exact same type of cassatte for recording . in other words u can take the casatte from 1 camera and play it on any camera in the world if they use the same type of cassatte.. if they use hard disk then the answer would be no...