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Help With My Digital Video Camera!

The first portion of the recordings I have made on the tape currently installed in my JVC digital video camera, Model NO. GR-D270U has black lines across it when I try to play it. The second half of the tape isn't showing any recording at all. Instead, a blue screen appears when I try to play the video I've recorded more recently. Any suggestions?

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You try it with proper connection using a new or working wire if you have used a vcr to play back.
Play the tape with any other camera.Bcoz your monitor may be fault.
Play the head cleaning tape in the camera, and try


May be the recording head of your camera is clogged

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