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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Mike, Feb 26, 2004.

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  1. Mike

    Mike Guest


    Please could someone help me.

    I have a canon E-77 Camcorder, and i believe the CCD gone but i wanted
    to make a final sure. The camcorder playback is fine, but it doesn't
    record, it don't even display a picture. The picture both from the
    viewfinder and linking with the Tv has lots of red/blue/green sripts
    down the page. When the camcorder is moved up into a little bit of
    light, a little bit flears at the top.

    I have heard that there could be a problem with the Video Board

    Could this be fixed ?

    Thankyou very much for any help

  2. Mystere

    Mystere Guest

    Wow, an E77 is an oldie right? A late 80s model? If so I haven't
    seen one of those in years. They are going to have bad capacitors on
    the video pcb. It could possibly be repaired but it will cost you
    some money to pay to have it done. It will take a lot of time and
    patience to repair it on your own. As old as it is, it could likely
    have had the caps leak and damaged the pcb.
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