Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG130 Camcorder
I used the wrong power cable to charge the battery and it would not charge, I then found the correct power cord and still nothing happening. The correct lead has a current adapter near the end of the cable, whereas the wrong one I used didn't.
I think I may have blown the circuit on the power supply, is there an easy fix, spare part I can get and replace without paying £100 to have it done??
Peter not quite the same, but I damaged my power cord and cannot charge my jvc camcorder. I tried splicing the charger and the cord together(I had cut the cord in an accident) but it will not work. is there an alternative way to charge the camcorder without the powercord?
I agree; you probably ruined the unit. You can TRY a new battery with its own dedicated charger and see if that works. Good luck friend.
Posted on May 01, 2017
The best thing to do is buy another battery pack that matches your battery. As of mine my original JVC Battery Pack = (7.2V 700mAh)
BN-VF70U 1.5 Hr
BN-VF714Y 2Hr 40 Min
BN-VF733U 5Hr 40 Min
were still okey. I just charge the battery while it's still in the camera using the JVC AC Adater Mod. #: AP-V14U.
Posted on Apr 25, 2017
They sell external battery chargers for these for around 10 bucks at Amazon. Just pop the battery in the charger. Beware the battery itself can be worn down or dead. It also has protection circuits right inside the battery that can be blown (maybe a small fuse too). A new high capacity battery (3 times the recording time) is also at Amazon for around $25.
Posted on Apr 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a circuite protector near by the connector which is coming from the battery to mainboard.Just replace the same.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: my camcorder
If the camcorder can be connected to the computer there is big posibility that can be downloaded,
Install all the enclosed softwares into the computer and then connect the camcorder, REfer to the user manual regarding the copying of video to the computer. http://books.jvcservice.com/booklist.asp?Model=GR-SXM37US
and the software please refer here:
may this help!
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
don't worry about that
i hope it's sollved your problem, happy a nice day
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
SOURCE: JVC CAMCORDER DRIVERS
its true that normally you don't need to download the driver, however when it does pop up, i'd say go here http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=87522 and just download the zip file for the drivers.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
I just solved my own problem by disassembling the camcorder until I had access to the little motor which operates the eject mechanism. It sits on the corner of the mechanics subassembly, close to the cassette. By applying about 3.5 Volts DC from a regulated power supply to the two motor contacts, it started to operate (test which direction it needs to go by trying both polarities) and lifted the cassette out of the play position and ejected it. Only since the tape was still wound around the drum, I had to use a thin tool to turn the cassette hub in order to tighten the tape a bit. Then the protective cover of the cassette closed and I could slide the cassette out of the slot by hand. Bingo!
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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