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No sound i can record but i can not hear any sound

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  • bettsanthony Feb 01, 2009

    thank you it worked

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    I think you cant hear sound in playback on camera LCD.
    Hook camera with TV and check do you have sound in TV or not.

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Great,
sound is coming in TV. It means a small speaker in camcorder is not working and seems open.
let me know exact model to help you more.

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