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Can record audio only. camera thinks lens ca is on when it is not

Model GR-D74U I am able to record audio only. The LCD screen is black and flashes reminder "LENS CAP" Lens cap is not covering the lens. Same problem when attempting to record in memory (memory card) or video (tape) thanks

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    Is the lens cap a fixed cap mechanisim with a switch or a standard removable cap?

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It is probably a problem with the lense. it might be malfunctoining. If it's still under warrenty i suggest taking it back and getting a new one. Or there might be some dirt or dust inside the cameralense.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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