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JVC MH20 80GB HARD DRIVE DVD RECORDER

Had this DVDplayer/ Recorder for a while was fine until it has started crackle when veiwing all channels through it, the crackling is as bad as to render the veiwing as un watchable.

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  • helli2 Apr 19, 2009

    noisy,crackling audio an all inputs of dr-mh20 ! Any solutions ? The original audio comes thru, but the crackle is added and very loud .

    Its also recorded.

    older recordings play well.

    thanks Helli

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My DR-MH-20 keeps saying "RELOADING" when I turn it on. I can't get it out of that mode. Any suggestings?
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