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Recording usually is taken care of by your cable box right? Not the TV. So maybe your program was recorded while your TV had the menu on.... in that case you probably won't be able to get rid of it on your recording.
I don't know, you'll need to summon the super TV expert, the almighty The Knight
Posted on Apr 30, 2015
Testimonial: "Hey the dude (promise not to water myself on your rug) The TV is in the bedroom so it is recording through the TV. There nothing on the remote to close down the f-ing menu, which is a shame as I luv the tv, and nothing on the TV menus."
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With your camcorder powered ON, and set to VCR / playback, there should show on the screen (viewer) something indicating "Menu" or a "FN" (Function) option. Select "Menu" (or Function icon to lead to the Menu). Check through the Menu options to find "Mode", and find the option for Normal Recording or playback, as opposed to "Test Mode", or "Demonstration Mode".
If this does not solve the problem, try this: Turn the camera OFF, remove camera battery, re-install battery, turn camera ON and see if that Re-set the camera. If not, it might be resolved by manually resetting the time and date. Then go to the Menu again to set Mode to normal recording or playback.
If those do not correct the problem, there is no shame in calling the camera company to speak with Tech-services. That's what they are there for.
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