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Xl1s issue I have an xl1s, I don't know if this is normal or not, but it has a light line on the left side of the screen in the viewer and on recordings... the strange thing is that I see the same kind of fine light edge on the left side in the viewfinder on another xl1 that my school has ( I didn't test the recording part of this on the other xl1, just the viewer) it is weird because I can't find anyone online that has had the same issue. It is easily edited out but I was thinking about selling my xl1s and am not sure if this constitute a real issue or not.. thnxc Scott

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You mentioned that you were editing it out which means that it is the video recording issue. When video recording has light or sligh pixilation on the side, the head may need cleaning or tracking system may need adjustment. Initially, try to clean the head with a tape head cleaner, run it for about 10 sec but not more. It this resolve, it was simple head clogging. Otherwise, camcorder needs adjustment by technician. Good luck, James. For further assistance, go to www.camerarepairjapan.com

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