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Blue bars across video

When trying to view video on the LCD, no sound can be heard and there are staggering blue bars across the screen. I thought there might be a problem with the tape I was using, but when I changed the tape the same thing happened. When trying to rewind or fast forward I would eventually receive a message asking me to press the "reset button." Can anyone help me? I'm in a terrible spot!

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I have the same problem with my PV-GS14. You have to find the last spot you recorded in, pause it, then switch to record, and just record something for a couple of seconds. Switch back to playback, and it should be fine. Neonlaundry, I read your other posts, and it seems we both have the same problems. If you find a solution, please post it. Thnks.

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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Solution 2 was the answer, move the protection tab on the tape itself to allow recording and the playback is perfect!

Posted on Nov 21, 2007

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The solution I found, in some tapes I have to move the "save protection" tap to the "allow recording" position, this solves the blues lines in my Panasonic PV-GS12 Hope it helps OliverSL

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I really do not have a solution to the problem, but the exact same thing happened to my GS12. i waited for it to play with the blue streaks/ stripes accross the LCD then in a few secs, it resumed to regular, normal playing (with clear videos and sounds).

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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