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Attempting to view videos from Everio to TV (this camcorder is new to me)

When connecting to TV the image is dark and has lots of lines running though, like bad tracking on an old VHS machine.

The default parameters have been reset.

The images load on to a computer and play with normal quality and audio.

The unit did not come with an ac adapter.
Is the ac adapter required to view on TV?
What other things can I check?


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Re: Attempting to view videos from Everio to TV (this...

You do noy need an AC adapter to view on your TV.
How are you connecting to the TV.
Also try on another TV and see if the problem still exists.
Let me know the outcome and I will see if I can assist more.

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