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No Audio on Playback

After recording, I have found that in the playback mode there is no audio. I have video, but no audio. Sometimes the audio is there and sometimes it's not. Not sure if it isn't recording the audio or if it is just in playback mode. I have had the camcorder around 5 years and this is the first issue I've had. Any ideas?

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