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Had the same error message on my TRV-720, and could not come up with a solution for weeks until I found this website: http://www.protechcam.com/wwwboard/messages/127.html Now the fix you will not believe, nor did I at first, but requires you to power off the unit completely and "Smack it" a few times fairly hard. Now you may do this at your risk, but I swear it fixed mine and all the other people listed at the above web site. I thought it was a joke - but it works!! Good Luck! TJR
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Amazing!!! it worked! 2 heats fix it all. THANK YOU
I was totally shocked to see what you had written about "smacking" my trv 27, but it really worked...thanks.
Smacking works like a charm. Thank you.
Thanks! Pounded my camera against the table a few times, and now it works!!!!
It reminded me of a problem similar to the one I lived with my SONY MD Recorder MDS-JE510 that I bought in 1998. It wouldn't record properly unless it was unplugged for a couple of hours. It suggested that some parts of the circuits were overloaded for some reason.
I have to say it worked on my camera, i believed in u lol