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JVC Camcorder Blue screen on playback whats the problem

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  • bonsai bill Aug 31, 2008

    I have the same problem. Everything seems fine except yesterday creen kept showing a symbol which apparently means that the heads are dirty. That symbol has now gone but it will not play anything back, not even previous recordings that I know are OK. All that shows is a blue screen. Does anybody have any suggestions or am I better off binning it and buying a new camcorder, which would be a shame as I really like it despite the faults that I have had (including the seemingly common dew fault). SteveH

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    I haven't been able to playback anything for several months now, even connecting it to my computer does nothing, clearly this camera has some serious issues

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    same deal here. used head cleaner but problem persists. Why no answer from experts yet after 3 posts?

  • susic Nov 25, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem as described by the previous threads, cannot view any of my recordings just get a blue screen on playback, please help, been looking for any ideas on nternet, alas nothing yet. Any one have any ideas?? My model is the JVC GR-DVL157 mini DV.

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Put an used casette inside; hit PLAY and then FFWD until you start seeing images. Eventually you will start seeing some with lines and then the black lines will get smaller and smaller until they turn into grainy lines. Stop and PLAY again and they will faint. RWD and PLAY back as you wish and it should be find. I think this is because of tiny dirt particles that your cassette will dust off for you.

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