Question about Cameras
Yes, it may be dirty heads, or a loose maladjusted tape guide, but also(more likely) could be failing surface mount capacitors. Canon camcorders of this vintage were plagued with problems from these failing. Best bet is to have an experienced video repair guy to have a look at it for you. If you dont care what outcome you get, then I could talk you through giving it a tape path service:) Just give me a shout in here.. :)
Posted on May 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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