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Audio recording function cannot be switched ON in menu

Audio recording function DMC-FX01 is OFF in menu.
Scrolling the menu skips the audio rec ON/OFF line

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Check the recording mode you are using. This option is available on Auto, Scene and Macro modes only. To set this, press Menu/Set button to enter the REC mode menu and select the recording option to set.

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