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It has the error code for condensation cheack the sensor (see photo link below) If it is very dirty it will appear like a small square circuit board
about 5mm x 5mm with a black blob in the center and two solder
connections at the top. After cleaning you should see a bright copper
circuit where the black was prior to cleaning. Gentle wiping with an
alcohol moistened cotton bud is all it needs. it looks like this http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/attachments/sony-hvr-a1-hdr-hc-series/12072d1241502823-moisture-condensation-dsc01114.jpg
This item is out of date but you might get one from EBAY as the one I found here: http://compare.ebay.com/like/150466893702?ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&rvr_id=124113446851&crlp=1_263602_263632&UA=WXF%3F&GUID=9d3242671250a0266b71adf1ffdf1a43&itemid=150466893702&ff4=263602_263632
It seems to me that you have only got one set of RCA Cablec between the TV and VCR ( from VCR Video out to TV Video In), as such the VCR only works in playback mode, you need a second set of RCA cables (from TV Video Out to VCR Video In) then select the appropriate input (Video) for the VCR. make sure to follow the colour coding on the RCA plug / socket arrangement
RCA plugs (the yellow, red, and white outlets you speak of) consist of a video plug (yellow) and stereo plugs for audio (red and white). Just match the colors from the DVD RCA colors to the RCA hook-ups on the TV (ex. Yellow the Yellow, White to White).
You don't need to worry about the red one, it just makes the DVD player play stereo audio. Instead, you'll have mono, which is fine, and most modern players can detect mono and switch it for you so don't worry about changing settings and what not (unless you're missing sound on one side.)
there a a bunch of different ways. 1) if you don't have a cable box hooked up to this tv,plug the main cable wire into the vcr input then the vcr outout to the tv.2) if you do have a cable box, plug the main cable into the cable box input, then the output to the vcr input, then the vcr output to the tv. put both the tv & vcr on channel 3 for this connection. [ you must have the vcr on channel 3 to record from the cable box!] 3) if you have aux line/video or source inputs on the back of your tv,you can hook up rca cables [ red, white,& yellow ] from the rca outputs on the vcr to the tv inputs.
hope this helps
I wonder if this is a MacroVision problem. Try this; take a VCR tape that you have recorded from the tv, try to record a commercial and then play this tape through your setup, I bet you it works. (Now take what I say next in the sense that it is given and that is as advice)When you are trying to push signal that you get from an analog source from the VCR by law that signal has to be encoded with macrovision to ensure that the signal can not be copied. Now the funny thing is you can transfer tapes which have not been encoded this is normal, what you need is a piece of equipment that removes Macrovision, here is a link that might help:
http://www.regioncodefreedvd.com/copyeliminator.html also look up the company SIMA