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Camera does not record sound

When i record on camera, there is no sound on playback. I checked the volume and speaker is on on playback but no sound. I also tried on other camera similiar to mine but there is no sound on tape.

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I am seeing a similar problem.  i hear 'blips' but mostly silence.  mine has worked fine for about 3 years and just started about 2 mths ago.  maybe head cleaner?

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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Have you tried hooking your camera up to your tv with the cord it came with and try to see if it has sound that way? maybe the speakers are blown...and if its not the same recorder it was recorded with sound maybe distorted or and even picture can be too so thats no sure way to know if it worked or not...If your camera is or was new guess its not new anymore its been over a year now since you posted it...but I would of taken it back to the store I bought it from and said hey this dont work fix it or replace it thanks...but since this is so far out I would try hooking it up through the tv and make sure you have the cords hooked up properly to your hookups on your tv or vcr whichever you run it through...and the right channel to view and hear the video...
Another thing I would try is through the menu try to find a setting for sound maybe you had it on something like silent movie type or something...
Thats all I thought of hope it helps.
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Rabeka Jo

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