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Odd camcorder viewfinder fault

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Andre, Aug 10, 2003.

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  1. Andre

    Andre Guest

    Hi group

    Interesting one this . Works for about a minute then sputters,fades
    out and goes dead , "chirrups" on startup after that .

    This is a JVC VF-V7E as used on the VideoMovie series GR-45E .

    Solution - remove the HV lead by unclipping the four clips on the
    front of the CRT, and carefully levering up the piece of plastic where
    the white paint (retainer) is , pull off the HV lead . Thoroughly
    clean the area and lead with IPA and allow to dry .

    Worked for me :) The connector pinout is :-


    viewed from pin side of plug.

    Gotchas on this one - check supply voltage if focus and geometry are
    way off . Has to be exactly 8V on these units .

    Connections are the same on the VF-V7E and they should be
    interchangeable in theory .

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  2. Andre

    Andre Guest

    Its back . Same fault .

    It is drawing more current than a similar unit. Any ideas ? (suspect bad 'lytics)
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