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Recording bad Recording: Video good only sometime scrambled Audio off most ofthe time with some return to sound for 2 or 3 seconds Playing a video recorded when the system was working alright, Video and audio good I have cleaned the head, put new video, changed cabling Panasonic to TV; . Still same problem (The system was bought 1/7/2005)

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By chance I find out that the red plug has to go into the white out and the white int othe red !!
don't ask me why ? But it is working now
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