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Playback problem i bought an 8mm camcorder to play my old 8mm tapes and I have found that it will playback tapes recorded on that camcorder but not tapes recorded on another camera. same type of tape. any suggestions?

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Have the same problem.  This is what I have found in trying to solve the problem.  It appears that it is a tracking problem and it appears that either your new "used" camera has the problem or your original camera had the problem.  
A simple test would be to take another camcorder and see if the tapes play. If they do, and a recently recorded tape DOES NOT, you may just need to get another camera. Or, see if the camera can be re-tracked at a repair shop. However, be sure you have copies of your most recent tapes recorded with the bad tracking

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