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Good pdf of the service manual for this unit. Includes disassembly instructions, full schematics, board layouts, parts lists and diagnostic information. Some information is in the pdf twice (single pages, and split pages), but that could be how it was originally generated by panasonic, or perhaps the idea is to make it eaiser to put onto 8.5 x 11" pages.
Information was exactly what I needed. Delivery was overnight (less than 12 hours) and I was happy with the process.
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OEM manual provided all schematics, board layouts and component specs necessary to facilitate unit maintenance. All pages were clear and readable.
Good condition and quality. Hard to find anywhere in Internet, only on this site.
Exactly what I needed to be able to bring the amp back to life... will come back to this site the next time I need schematics.
Recording a picture 1 Remove the lens cap. 3 Open the LCD
panel while pressing OPEN. The picture appears on the screen.
2Set the POWER switch to
CAMERA while pressing the small green button.
VCR OFF(CHG) CAMERA MEMORY
4 Press START/STOP. Your
Viewfinder When the LCD panel is closed, use the viewfinder with your eye against the eyecup. Adjust the viewfinder lens to your eyesight (p. 39). camcorder starts recording. To stop recording, press START/STOP again.
When you purchase your camcorder, the clock setting is set to off. If you want to record the date and time for a picture, set the clock before recording (p. 31).
Monitoring the playback picture on the LCD screen (p. 50) 1 Set the POWER
switch to PLAYER*1)/VCR*2) while pressing the small green button.
2 Press m to rewind the tape.
Quick Start Guide
OFF(CHG) CAMERA MEMORY
3 Press N to start playback.
*1) DCR-TRV16E/TRV18E/TRV24E only *2) DCR-TRV25E/TRV27E/TRV116E/TRV118E only NOTE Do not pick up your camcorder by holding the viewfinder, the LCD panel, or the battery pack.