When i play back recording i have done i just get a blue screen however if i rewind,Fast forward or pause i get the picture?
any idea? i know its recording fine as well as i have played tape that i recoded. they just won't play back on viwing screen, unless i do the above?
the lcd flap of the camera has been spoilr\ed due to this the image is not coming on lcd ,
only u have to take the image through view fider ,
lcd fpc has to be changed / repaire
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when I plug in the RPU DC cord from my camera to the input on my tv I get nothing. Is my input jack bad or what. Also, if I tried the s video jack from the camera to the tv, would that work??? I don't know what the AV out jack is for I don't have a cord for that
Sometimes that happens to me too. What I do is just push play, then fast forward, and normally if you watch it, the picture starts to come back. Just keep fast forwarding until you can see all of the picture, and you should be fine.
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.