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Will not record nor replay.

The displayl lights up, and the counter turns, but shows no image, In record, the image appears, but will not record.The viewfinder shows nothing.

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    will not recoerd or playback any previously recorded footage.Unable to tell if it is just the playback part.

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I Had The Same Problem I Just Turned The Screen A Different Way And It Worked Again

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