Question about JVC Video Cameras
SOURCE: zoom lens jammed
this is a protection mechanism against further damage when the zoom/lens mechanism is obstructed. It's a very delicate mechanism, and it's not easy or cheap to fix. The gears probably got misaligned or broken when you dropped the camera. You should get a repair estimate, and only if you decide you'd rather trash it try opening it up again. Good luck
Posted on Jun 25, 2006
SOURCE: lens cap error on camcorder
That message is displayed when the camera senses no light. You may have a stuck iris on the camera. A good tech can pull the stuck iris and freee it up, but it's very easy to damage the camera, so I wouldn't recommend a consumer trying to do it.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
OK, it is known problem of CCD Imager chip failure in JVC GR-D33 camcorder and ccd imager will be replaced to get live view for recording, lens cap message will disappear as well.
JVC will repair your camcorder free of cost for same problem, click JVC CCD Imager Support for details.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you shipped it to them and recieved it back fixed within a week and a half"
There is an issue with the a small yellow part of the AC plug breaking off in the camera. The camera thinks it's still plugged in, so it won't run on the battery. If you can get a small tool to fit into the inlet you can break the piece up and pull the parts out. I haven't had any luck with it, but read others doing it.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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