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Can't see full video has blue thick lines in video

Blue lines on play back

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  • writekim Nov 03, 2007

    I am having the same problem. I cleaned head with a head cleaner....no resolution. Help! Any other ideas as I definitely cannot afford to send it in for repair.....and I have grandchild about to be born any day now.. My camera is a DCR-HC21.....Thanks, Km

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Heads need to be cleaned

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dear ,
i Jasdeep working in superb broadcast as an lengineer .and for this problem i can suggest u the following things :
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