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If recordings are only blurry and snowy on playback on camcorder, but are OK on a different camcorder or on computer, then the problem is a dirty magnetic head.
Use a mini-dv head cleaner tape.
If recordings are blurred even on pc or on a different camera, then there is a fault.
Faulty CCD sensor, faulty digital board, problem with internal ribbon connector, and dirty or defective lens assembly can cause this kind of problem.
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Sometimes that happens to me too. What I do is just push play, then fast forward, and normally if you watch it, the picture starts to come back. Just keep fast forwarding until you can see all of the picture, and you should be fine.
When was the last time you "cleaned" the heads? Use a good commercial
head cleaning tape. They have both "Wet" and "Dry" types. I prefer the
"wet" over the dry. I think it does a better job but they are hard to
find sometimes. you can also do it manually with "foam" swabs and "methanol". Alcohol works but the methanol leaves less residue behind.
If that doesn't solve the problem the next step would be to take it to a repair shop for cleaning and re-alignment.