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My 8mm video camera on playback and videoing shows only a vertical band of light and a compressed image. Have the video heads gone kaput?

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Same here its so annoying... you can just play it on the puter wen you hook it up... that works 2 least

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-fixya is no a job for experts.
-I can't be on guard 24/7

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