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Camcorder will record but no image...

All VCR features work. Will record, but no image is displayed or recorded. The lens cap is off. Battery at full power. Tape in. Camcorder will actually record black/blurred but there is no picture in display or being recorded. Thanks, Gipper

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  • gt15 Dec 03, 2007

    my JVC GRD72U tells me "lens cap is on" but it isnt. record funtions all work with sound but no image. it sat for a long time. I tried tapping it but I dont want to dent the case.

  • Nessa33 Jan 03, 2008

    no picture on vcr or camera mode screen is black brightness fine

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Its a stuck iris assy an iris cucuit fault or many small pana cpsm that go bad all the time in these unit. Mke sure the iris didnt het seitched to manual andif it is i auto try tappin the lens a littlethe see if it opens Good luck

Posted on Apr 16, 2006

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