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My playback video jumps after recording on tape also audio lever rises and fall i does not have this problem when record on the memory card i have a canon Zr camcorder

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I have seen this problem many times, the recorder unit needs to be replaced, either something in the tape path has become out of alignment or dirty like a capstan motor or gears or the video head assy is defective. I hope this helps.

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