Question about RCA CC-439 Camcorder
Though this is not a 439, I saw no decent place to put this question (mods please move this to the appropriate place!). I have an RCA camcorder with the model number of CC275. It has an optical zoom only and a grayscale viewfinder, and no LCD. It records in VHS beautifully. Packaged with it is an A/V switch that changes the signal to a Channel 3 or 4 RF signal for connecting to a TV (similar to the original Nintendo game system), which hooks in close to the 1.5AH battery of unknown type (probably either Lead-Acid or NiCd, it's about an inch and a half thick). With its solid state image sensor, it records in VHS, High Quality, but cannot view in low light conditions. Controls for a high-speed shutter are also handy, as well as a macro lens button. Its lens is a 12 ~ 72mm witha 1:1.6 ratio. Focus is either auto or manual power, with controls to adjust the focus, as well as an auto-iris control. I'm trying to find a downloadable manual for it, as well as some accessories, such as a light. Has anyone heard of this camcorder? I used to see a bunch of these when I was a kid.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA CC617
Had the same problem took mine apart and found the ribbon cable going to the viewer was cracked and broken probably because of the flexing of the cable during adjustments. Not fixed yet.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: camcorder won't record
Check the tape and make sure the record tab is still on the tape and has not been removed. If the record tab has been removed then use a new tape for recording as the unit will not record. This tap is usually on the lower left end of the back of the tape. When the tap is present it closes a record mode switch letting the system know the tape is able to bv recorded on..
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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It sounds like one of my older, been-in-storage for awhile, camcorders. When they sit for without being used fairly regularly, there is often a bit of dampness that settles into the camera. If left in a warm room, this may help dry it up and allow the open/eject function to work. To help it get un-stuck, you could gently press inward on the door (do not pry outward) and try to loosen it up. It may take a few times with this process to allow the door to jar loose.
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