In reference to "Can't get rid of "turn the power off and on again"" . . .
Thanks Maitha, You saved my son an ear bashing. When he returned my Panasonic HDC-SDT750 it kept giving the dreaded 'turn off and on gain message.' I was thinking was it was most likely due to misuse and had devised a line to effectively lay a guilt trip on him. Anyway a couple of firm taps on the table and all is well. What confounds me is that your cure works for so many different brands and types of camera.
Actually this is a very old fix. On an Apolla 12 mission astronaut Bean an the moon was instructed to try and fix the camera by tapping it with his hammer. He radioed, "I hit it on the top with my hammer. I figured we didn't have a thing to lose. I just pounded it on the top with this hammer that I've got." The capsule communicator in Houston joked, "Skillful fix, Al." Bean agreed, "Yes, that's skilled craftsmanship."
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 03:57:51 +0300
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