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Camcorder doesn't record I just see a blank screen with multicoloured vertical lines

My camcorder currently does not record, although you can playback previously recorded material with no problem in video mode. When I swith the camcorder to record mode I simply get a screen with multicoloured vertical lines, any suggestions? Is it the CCD? If so will Canon still repair it for free? Any suggestions please. Thanks.

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    i have the exact same problem any idears



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It is a manufacturing defect in a chip. Canon is replacing it irrespective of warranty. See below URL:

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