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Tracking Hi, Please give me suggestion for Adjusting Tracking in NV-MD9000. And tell me the hints for adjsting tracking. thank u. udupi

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Hi i think u r from india i am from india too first of all put a new cassete in that camera and play your head cleaning cassete in that camera so that your problem is solved otherwise you have to change your camera video head or have to adjust your camera,s deck portion bye aman

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Sharp VC-A582 I need a little help adjusting the tracking on my VCR, model Sharp VC-A582. I just acquired this unit and did successfully watch one tape for hours, then must have touch a wrong button by...

I couldn't find anything on your VCR either. But from personal experience I know that a lot of manufacturers use the channel up/down buttons on the face of the VCR as tracking controls while a tape is running.

My suggestion is to start a tape and then press the channel up or down button on the frnt of the VCR for a few seconds and see if it adjusts the tracking.

Hope this helps you out.

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Driver needed for panasonic nv md9000 camera

Helloooooo, I bought a panasonic nv md9000 camcorder, but didnt got drivers, now I cant connect it to My pc, from where I can get its drivers please help me!
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I have Panasonic NV-JF620 VCR and in Australia. The play back is jittery. Few months ago it was working OK. No damage. The picture is coming as small sections and jittery. Audio is ok. Tried it in 2...


Possibly either a tracking problem or the video heads are dirty. Please try a head cleaner which looks like a VHS tape but is meant for removing any dirt on the video head. Most models come with a liquid solution. Tracking normally is automatic nowadays, however, there are some variations and manual tracking (or bt the remote) should correct any jittery images.

If neither of the above is corrective, then your unit would require the services of a qualified professional.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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Does this happen on ALL tapes?

Depending on WHICH model VCR you have (old or new) SOME have a switch which will allow you to adjust tracking MANUALLY. When the switch is in the manual position, it won't track automatically. If some played with that switch, that could cause your problem.

ALSO, do you have a cleaning tape? If the control track head is dirty, it won't see the "control track" (which gives you VCR information to control the tracking.

Another possibility is one of the video heads (there's 2 or 4) is dirty, and without ENOUGH video signal coming off the heads, it's not possible to track properly.

Try running a cleaning tape through. If you've never done it, it might be time. Unless yu know about equipment I'd wouldn't suggest you open the machine and clean it yourself. Let me know how you make out.

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No recording/playback

try with software support. head sw pulse may defective.

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Give me hints

head cleaning is enough. and or guide alignment may need. contact a professional service technician.

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Panasonic camcoder nv md9000en(reset)

you may refix the mechanism. problem will solve.

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Hints for service

comon fault in it , as the picture stucks it is a weak heads you can get better result by cleaning the guides and if not so change drum heads regards , plz don't forget to rate thx

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it is general fault in this camcorder get a clean path tape and you may get better work regards

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