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I had the same issue. I pressed and held various buttons and it apperently worked. This is exaclty what I did. Whether it is correct method or not, it resolved the vertical scrolling.
1- I had the camera siting in it cradle with the power cord connect to it. I pressed the tiny reset button
2- I pressed the easy mode and wide select buttons
3- I pressed and held the START/STOP button until it stopped scrolling. This seemed to reset everything and I had to reset the date and time which was no big deal.
may be the rec mode button is set at the anti grounding..usually at sony camera there are 3 switch mode the 5 sec mode, anti grounding and other and always use is the start and stop mode...this switch is located at the side of the camera...
your flexible control panel cable may have torn
( from loading and unloading ) - if there are
leds ? in yours , the replacement part often
does not have them ( many users miss them ) ;
get an estimate , before committing to repairs
on a 7 year old camera ( starts at $ 50 plus
parts and shipping , here in puerto rico ) ;
I believe that you have a problem where the tape is not being taken completely back into the cassette housing. Either the tape is bad and jammed or the idler is slipping. As it starts to eject pressure is put on the eject mechanism and it stops and reverses (as it is suppose to) to keep from damaging the camcorder. Unless you are familiar with camcorder repair you could do more harm than good forcing the unit open or trying to get the tape out. You should take it to a repair shop and let an expert take care of it. It shouldn't cost much to remove the tape and check for damage. Perhaps $50 to $100 US. Good luck.