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Panasonic nv-rz15 I've recently run into a very odd problem. When my camera is switched on and put to Camera mode, the view on Viewfinder is normal but after few minutes it starts to flicker and goes to black. You can tell the camera sees something because there will be rough stretched shapes occassionally. But mostly it looks like a black screen with flickers of white lines when some movement is observed in front of the camera. If I record like this the image comes out exactly as seen through viewfinder. The audio is perfectly fine.In player mode the tape playout is perfectly normal. Will anyone suggest me the possible causes of this problem.any feedback is highly appreciated.

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Ihave problem with my jvc camcorder,firstly the does not go in itself i have to hold the tape after awhile it sits in but when ipush any button to play rewind etc on screen it says that you needto reinsert &safeguuard is on when its no. will the head cleaner solve the problem or shall i take to repair it.please answer as quick possible thank you. Mrs Bahia

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