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Duncan Craig May 19th, 2010 07:30 AM

Is there a list online of EX1 error codes?
 
Is there a list online of EX1 error codes?

Cheers, Duncan.

Edit: specifically I'm looking for E-15030 and E-17014

George Griswold May 19th, 2010 09:06 PM

EX-3 Error Codes here... may not be the same
 
Error numbers are displayed as E-XXXXX (X indicates a number).
Error No. Description Service action
15030 System error Repair the DPR-289A board or replace it.
17001 Abnormality in the Media ID data in Rewrite the media ID data in the EEPROM using
the EEPROM “ServiceNavi-EX”.
17002 The image processor block does not start up. Repair the DPR-289A board or replace it.
17003 The display block does not start up
17004 The media block does not start up
17005 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the image processor block
17006 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the display block
17007 Abnormality in the start-up process of
the media block
17014 Abnormality in lens communication Check the connection with the lens unit. If there is
no defect, replace the lens unit.
17015 Abnormality in the media block Repair the DPR-289A or replace it.
17016 Abnormality in obtaining the lens switch Check the connection with the lens unit. If there is
no condition defect, replace the lens unit.
17017 Internal error in the media block Repair the DPR-289A board or replace it.
or
4XXXX
1-12.

George Griswold May 19th, 2010 09:12 PM

Error 15030
 
If you are lucky you have loose ribbon cables from vibration (unlikely). I haven't looked at the schematic, but that DPR sounds like a board that you don't want problems with.... does lots of stuff.

This is what the 15030 error refers to... the DPR-289 Board:

DPR-289A board
Output from the baseband processing IC (IC400) is input
into the MPEG encoder/decoder (IC901).
The MPEG encoder/decoder (IC901) is the single-chip
MPEG Codec IC that encodes and decodes both the highquality
HD video signal and audio signal in real-time. It
has various interfaces with signals such as MPEG video,
video input/output, MPEG audio, audio input/output, bit
stream input/output, and interface with the host.
IC901 output is then input into LSI (IC900) for AVIT
signal processing.
LSI (IC900) for AVIT signal processing contains the builtin
CPU and has interfaces for DDR2 SDRAM memory
(IC1000, IC1001), PCI bus, PCI-Express bus, I/O for
IC901, and serial communication with system controller
(IC1600).
IC900 is also connected to the NOR-type Flash ROM
(IC1100) to read the CPU program in the IC900 during
initial startup.
LSI (IC900) for AVIT signal processing is controlled by
the system controller (IC1600), in the same way as other
main devices, and provides the following types of functions:
video/audio stream control, access to the SxS
memory card, mass storage operations when connected to
USB and HDV device controls when connected to i-LINK.

George Griswold May 19th, 2010 09:21 PM

More on DPR Board...
 
1 Attachment(s)
Appears to be the Brain, Heart and lungs of the camera. See attached JPEG. Again this is from an EX-3, but it is not uncommon for cameras to share main components and then they take out features on different models.

Duncan Craig May 20th, 2010 03:53 AM

Thanks for your help George,

I've only had these errors once each, at different times.

The first last back in Feb, the second last week. Both times I power cycled the camera and carried on working. I was expecting them to be related to using SDHC media, but perhaps the camera should go back to Sony for a checkup.

Cheers, Duncan.


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