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the sound you refer to during recording on the ag-456up is probably bad bearings on the video head. unfortunately, this part is no longer available. any good electronic repair shop should be able to clean the lens. a new battery should be available from wal-mart, circuit city, best buy, etc.
If you did not damage the dc converter in the camera, you can check several micro fuses located on the regulator board. There are several diodes that assist in blocking reverse polarity applied to the camera. These diodes intentionally open these fuseable devices to protect the power supply and camera.
Hope this helps you,
if the camera has no invert switch in its body
then you have a fault in the Y signal board
it should be checked by qualified
but try to look up for the invert swith inthe camera body !!!
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