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JVC camcorder won't work inside at night anymore.

Outside it's fine. What have I done or what can I do to fix the problem.

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Check the following in camera mode and the auto/manual switch set to manual:
exposure: set to auto shutter: set to auto or off agc: auto white balance: auto program ae: off gain up: auto display/bright: +1-+3
after all that, hit the auto/manual switch again to set the camera into auto mode, the new settings should sort you out.

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Depending on which model of camcorder you have, it can take far longer than 8 hours to get itself warmed properly inside.
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Don't leave it near to a heat source (like a room radiator) to warm if faster, as it has to do it naturally over time. Most DVD and Mini-DV types will give some kind of indication about condensation being a problem though - a warning light may show, or a message saying *DEW* or *CONDENSATION* may appear.
If other buttons seem to work, but just not the ones you mentioned, then it may be they have damp behind them. This may dry out over time again, but also sometimes the tiny buttons need to be cleaned off inside. Not a simple task as the item would need taking apart just to be wiped inside the buttons/contacts.
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