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Hints Hai, After Viewing the Error code In NV-MD9000EN Camera, If the camera shows some error like f05, f02 or others. After completing the Service for above indication. Again If you check the error code it will show same code again, but the camera working condition will be good. Is it possible reset the Eror code indication after servicing the camera? If there means give me solutions. Thanking you sir, Udupi, M/s.Prathiksha Electronics

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  • tiw1895 Mar 03, 2008

    Hi there





    My friend's Panasonic camcorder keeps showing F02 in the LCD.





    What is the solution to make the blasted thing work again, please?





    Thanks in advance





    Tim

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It is general fault in this camcorder get a clean path tape and you may get better work regards

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