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Blinking screen! I have been having problems playing back my videos at first there were blue or green lines over th screen and some times just a blue screen, i read the the booklet and thought this might be down to the heads beeings dirty so i bought a cleaning tape and ran it through but it doesnt seemed to have done anything! when watching it with line lines it also seems like it is playing faster than real time.... i dont know if its worth buying a new camera as it will more than likey cost a lot to have it sent off! any ideas would be great!

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  • confused05 Mar 11, 2008

    i have already rang them and all they said was send it to a company who repairs cuz its out of warnity its nothing to do with them! i rang the company and they said it would cost £46 for them to look at it and thats not including p&p and then they will send a quote... i dont see the point in spending a lot of money prob more than the thing is worth to get fix when i could prob get a new one for bout the same thats why i was asking for help!

  • ario Mar 30, 2009

    it sucks, when you have to pay for the product problems.

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