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Blured when trying to record, very blured.

Plays previously filmed tapes back fine,. but not to record something new. The sound is there but unable to make out what was filmed

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You have a blue filter inside the lens assembly was decolored by heat and moisture it require a qualifier Tech from Samsung to replace that filter because it must dismantle the lens, in AUSTRALIA it would cost between $80 to $110 to replace it
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The fact that both inputs give you a bad recording indicates its something common to both inputs. First thing I would do is try cleaning the heads. It's the cheapest solution to try. There is also an erase head as well, but that is usually not part of the video head. The erase head erases the tape just prior to the record head recording the new material on the tape. Problems in the erase head will cause you to see both what you just recorded and what was previously on the tape. The picture will be distorted and shifting back and forth between the new program and the previous one.

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This sounds like the CCD sensor is faulty ( this is the device that generates picture in both v-cams and normal digital cameras and sits behind the lens ). Playback is fine but no image ( or very 'noisy' image ) in capture mode. Easy to repair but one has to put a new CCD block in.

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