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Sony TVR 19, Not playing back

Hi, My Sony TRV 19 camcorder is 1 year old and now it is not working properly. It records, but when you play it back, sometimes it will not play the recording at all, and even if it plays it shows them with horizontal lines in the video. Does anyone else also had similar kind of problem? Thanks.

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Re: Sony TVR 19, Not playing back

Had a similar problem a while ago, took the camcorder to repair. the problem was that the reading-head (the part that is incharge of reading the tapes) needed cleaning. i used a cleaning cassette - problem solved.

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