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Camera appears to be recording but on rewind no display

My camera indicates recording exactly the it is suppose to in normal with all indiaction visible of lcd display. however when i rewind the casette it does not display anything on the display my camera model is GR-D290E.
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Start by trying a different casette and make sure the switch is in play back position. The switches are so tiny it can be ard o tell which mode is active.

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