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Hi,
I used to work for Lanier repairing all the tape machines. The sound you are referring to is feedback coming from a dirty record/playback switch.
You would need to either disassemble and clean the switch, which would take some dexterity, or replace the switch entirely, which would require good de-soldering skills and of course the replacement switch.
Unless there is some sentimental attachment to the device, I would recommend you use a digital recorder, as the cost of repairing the unit if you took it to someone would far outweigh its value.
Cheers,
Dave

Video Cameras | Answered on Aug 28, 2018


Take out the memory card of your JVC Everio HDD Camcorder.Put it into a card reader and connect it with your computer.Then download a third party data recovery software to recover data from memory card.I have succeed to recover videos from SD card with Tenorshare data recovery.It can recover data after deeply scanning your hard drive to look for lost data.
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JVC Everio... | Answered on Aug 27, 2018


Connecting to PC via PC Connection Cable
Use the provided PC connection cable to connect the DVD video camera/recorder to PC as shown in the last.

Note:
• No data can be written to the HDD, disc or SD memory card in this DVD video camera/recorder when it is connected to PC.
• The PC connection cable does not supply power to the DVD video camera/recorder: Use the AC adapter/charger
to power the DVD video camera/recorder.
• Before connecting the DVD video camera/recorder to PC, disconnect any cables or camera accessories (external
video flash, external microphone, etc.) other than the PC connection cable and AC adapter/charger.
• When connecting the DVD video camera/recorder to PC, the ACCESS/PC indicator will light green. While HDD or
a disc is being accessed, the indicator will light or blink orange. While an SD memory card is being accessed, the
CARD ACCESS indicator will light or blink red.

If you connect the DVD video camera/recorder to PC via PC connection cable, the PC will automatically recognise the DVD video camera/recorder. After recognition is finished, it may be
prompted to restart the PC: In this case, follow the instruction and restart the PC.
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Hitachi Video... | Answered on Aug 24, 2018


Google (jvc)(GR-C7U)(manual) without parens.

JVC Video... | Answered on Aug 24, 2018


DVD recorder failed maybe ...

Hitachi... | Answered on Aug 21, 2018


Reset the Camcorder.

Sony Handycam ... | Answered on Aug 17, 2018

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