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  1. bdtprez

    bdtprez Guest

    I have a sony DCR-DVD101 camcorder that has problems with the picture
    both in the viewfinder and on recorded and outputted video. The picture
    has vertical pixelated lines running up the screen, almost as if
    looking through a kaliedoscope. I have read some posts that seem to
    indicate that this might be a problem with the CCD? (not even sure what
    that is, but I am guessing that it is the assembly directly behind the
    lens). I have dissasemled the unit and sprayed with circut chiller
    (while operating) with no effect, and I dont smell any "fishy" caps,
    but I will look in more detail, but I'd just like to know if im on the
    right track or not. I have experience repairing various electronics,
    but this is my first camcorder!
     
  2. JANA

    JANA Guest

    This is a problem that guessing at it will not fix it. Most of the time, it
    is the CCD unit, or the digital processing that is the fault. Without
    analysing the signal through its path, it would be impossible to guess at
    what the fault is.

    These units are normally serviced by using modular servicing rather than
    component level service. When changing any circuit board, proper calibration
    may be necessary. This will require the proper instrumentation, and service
    information to perform.

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    JANA
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    I have a sony DCR-DVD101 camcorder that has problems with the picture
    both in the viewfinder and on recorded and outputted video. The picture
    has vertical pixelated lines running up the screen, almost as if
    looking through a kaliedoscope. I have read some posts that seem to
    indicate that this might be a problem with the CCD? (not even sure what
    that is, but I am guessing that it is the assembly directly behind the
    lens). I have dissasemled the unit and sprayed with circut chiller
    (while operating) with no effect, and I dont smell any "fishy" caps,
    but I will look in more detail, but I'd just like to know if im on the
    right track or not. I have experience repairing various electronics,
    but this is my first camcorder!
     
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