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Is there a way to hook the Camcorder straight to the TV. The vhs adapter I have doen't work.

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Hello,

Here's a link to the manual for your camcorder. Take a look at page 11. There are composite (dont confuse with component) audio and video outputs. If your TV has the same type of inputs, then a direct connection between the TV and camcorder is possible. Otherwise, you will need a composite video converter to change the format to a specific channel, usually 3 or 4.

On the VHS adapter, try changing the battery (also in the manual as well) to restore operation.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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    Page 65 of the manual shows the connection process in detail.

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