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I have vertical multicolor lines

I have these lines on my screen and I talked to a couple people about and they suggested get a head cleaner. So I did and did what the package says but now i get a buzzing noise when I close the tape compartment all the way and a flashing "D" with what looks like an eject symbol next to it and it says eject on the screen too.

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  • Kmcookiv Feb 26, 2008

    I have pink fat lines across my screen as well, and the recording will not transfer - it say's recording is corrupted.



    I have tried the head cleaner as well - I did nothing. I recieved and online qoute for repair $269. I can get a new recorder before I spend that and the shipping back and forth too!! URG

  • sweetcat_18 Mar 06, 2008

    Rishabh89 I'm not using prerecorded from another camcorder I don't have another one. I hardly ever do video i use it more for the still shots nowadays. I'm thinking of justgetting rid of it. lol Thanks for trying though.

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I think u are using pre recorde cassetts that were recorded on any other camcorder..
Samsung D363 supports ntsc not pal....
and the cassetts recorded on pal must have prob with ntsc based device...
all u have to do is record cassette with the same and then test playback...

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