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99% guaranteed solution of JVC DV107 unit in safeguard message problem solutionugur Posted Aug 31, 2005
I can teach you the solution for getting rid of E04 unit in safeguard message in JVC camcorders (I charge you zero euro but you have to bring the camera to Turkey and I cannot give 100% guarantee, sorry I am not a pro!)
Hi : I have JDV DV107 camcorder since 2001 and 6 months ago I had the silliy message E04 that stops my camera. I read all messages posted in various bulletin boards. Thanks to all contributors. I have the solution (worked for my camera at least six times before 30.8.2005) The solution steps are as follows : 1. get a brand new casette 2. uninstall all major parts of the camera 3. reinstall everything 4. make a soft reset 5. make a hard reset I can teach you all the details person-to-person. Since I live in Turkey, you have to pay the travel and lodging own food and expenses. I can give no gurantee at all because I am not a pro. but 99% you will get rid of the problem and learn to get rid of it.
JB38 Posted Jan 26, 2009
On any model other than D followed by two digit models this problem is caused in 90% of cases by the mechanism not returning to its fully stopped position properly after carrying out and operation, thereby not activating the appropriate sensor. The thumping operation jolts the mechanism into the proper position whereby the sensor can send the signal to the mechanism that all is normal, as beforehand the logic circuits acted as though the mechanism had jammed whilst conducting various operations, like loading or unloading etc. Sometimes (only sometimes) even just pressing slightly on the cassette door can correct the fault.
Advice Posted Jan 25, 2009
E-04 of course is a warning on any JVC camcorder that there is a problem with data transfer between the video drum and the associated circuitry, but its suspected that this could be a rogue warning. (a false warning)
? Posted Jan 25, 2009
Ant I take it that your connections can offer accomodation in Turkey at a price?
fast eddy Posted Jan 24, 2009
I have the same experience with my camera. It has been in repair but that didn't help. What you can do is hit the camera a little but unpleasant on the side and the error message E04 will disappear for the time the camera is switched on. The error message can (or better will) possibly come back, but now you know what to do.