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Error Messages - Panasonic AJ-HD1400E Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic digital hd video cassette recorder operating instructions aj-hd1400p, aj-hd1400e
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Error messages

Warning messages (continued)
Priority
Monitor display
E-00
(SERVO NOT
LOCKED)
E-93
(INVALID TC
MODE)
E-94
(TC SEQUENCE
UNMATCH)
E-01
(LOW RF)
E-02
(HIGH ERROR
RATE)
Low
Error messages
Monitor display
The unit switches to eject mode and if the cassette fails to move up
within 6 seconds, this error number flashes on the display.
E-29
<Note>
FRONT LOAD
If the cassette does not move down inside the machine even when 6
MOTOR
seconds have elapsed since the cassette was inserted, the VTR is
transferred to the eject mode.
If the unloading operation is not completed within 6 seconds, this
error number flashes on the display.
E-31
<Note>
LOADING MOTOR
When the loading operation is not completed within 6 seconds, the
VTR is transferred to the eject (unloading) mode.
E-35
If there is no response from the servo microcomputer for 1 second
SERVO CONTROL
or more, this error number flashes on the display.
ERROR
E-37
If 10 seconds or more elapses and the servo microcomputer has not
SERVO COMM
followed orders issued by the system control microcomputer, this
error number flashes on the display.
ERROR
This appears when the automatic reel and capstan rotation
E-38
adjustment, which is performed in the EJECT mode, has not been
SERVO FG ERROR
carried out properly when the unit's power was switched on.
E-51
If the take-up reel rotates without engaging for a specific period of
FRONT LOAD
time during the start or end processing operation while loading is
underway (half position), this error number flashes on the display.
ERROR
If the take-up reel fails to take up the tape while the tape is traveling
E-52
in the state where the total amount of the tape has not yet been
W-UP REEL NOT
detected after the cassette was inserted, this error number flashes
ROTA
on the display.
If there is an abnormally large discrepancy between the amount of
tape taken up by the take-up reel and the amount of tape supplied
E-53
by the supply reel while the tape is traveling after the total amount of
WINDUP ERROR
the tape begins to be detected, this error number flashes on the
display.
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(continued)
Description
This appears when the servo is not locked for three or
more seconds during playback or recording.
(In 23.98/24 Hz mode)
Display when the time code is recorded in DF mode. On
the drop point of the time code, the video output is
garbled and audio output is muted.
Operation of VTR continues.
When using this unit to playback a tape recorded from a
variable frame rate camera, it is necessary to record the
time code in NDF mode.
(In 23.98/24 Hz, 25 Hz, 50 Hz mode)
Appear when the relationship between the active frame
information and time code is not regular during playback.
The video output may not be regular (not smooth).
Operation of VTR continues.
The active frame information (top frame of the switched
frame image) is recorded on the tape from a variable
frame rate camera. To play it back with this unit, it is
necessary to detect the 0 frame of the time code at the
activation frame position.
This appears when an envelope level approximately one-
third of the normal level has been detected for more than
one second during playback or recording.
This appears when the error rate has increased to the
extent that correction or interpolation was applied to
either the video or audio playback signals.
Description
Corrective action
Check the tape.
Use the original tape recorded
with the variable frame rate
camera.
Use the original tape recorded
with the variable frame rate
camera.
Clean the video heads.
Clean the video heads.
Corrective action
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
Set the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again.
VTR operation
Operation
continues.
Operation
continues.
Operation
continues.
Operation
continues.
Operation
continues.
VTR
operation
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP
STOP

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