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Recording problem When I press the function button the colours on the picture change to greys, greens, blue and yellow, there are no reds. When I record anything the playback is also the same.Also I cannot get the time to display on the front of the unit.

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I was told to switch it off then unplug the the electric take out each scart lead blow them and put back in turn back on electric hey presto it worked for me

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