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Camcorder clicks off when playing or recording

I have 4 camcorders and they have the same problem. When I attempt to play or record the camera shuts itself off. It will come on and the zoom works, etc, etc.,but it won't record or playback. It's almost if a circuit breaker is being tripped. Any ideas? Thank you for your time.

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What you need is a VHS C adaptor. I did a Google search and found at least 10 sites selling them. Rather than cut and paste, I suggest you go to Google and type in "VHS C Adaptor".

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Check the tape and make sure the record tab is still on the tape and has not been removed. If the record tab has been removed then use a new tape for recording as the unit will not record. This tap is usually on the lower left end of the back of the tape. When the tap is present it closes a record mode switch letting the system know the tape is able to bv recorded on..

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