Question about Toshiba D-VR600
Lens could have attracted enough dust to keep from reading a clean signal. First try cleaning the lens. You will have to remove the cover. Dip a Q-Tip in Rubbing Alcohol and lightly squeeze out, then rub on the lens. See if this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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