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I have a canon digital video camcorder ZR50MC. I am able to record video but all of a sudden the sound no longer records while recording video

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  • Lisa S Flynn Dec 21, 2008

    There is no mute button to be pressed volume is on and works in the first part of the video.  There are no loose parts

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Check out for any thing getting loosed or u had kept the settings on mute mode.

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