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Re: JVC camcorder GR-D350U
You have a clogged video head. Use a dry type head cleaner and follow the instructions.
Better use the best tapes you can afford, since tape quality can keep you from having this problem, and tape cleaners can gradually damage your camera.
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Do the videos work when viewed on a computer or TV (if using HDMI or other connections for TV)? If the camcorder still records video, but the screen itself isn't showing anything, then the screen needs replacing. If it does not record videos, then it's an internal repair issue.
I have seen this many times, and it is usually always dirty heads, and it is a bigger problem when you record in long play. If the heads were dirty when the tape was recorded, then that is how the image was stored and will stay that way. So make sure you clean the heads before an important recording. Try cleaning them again with a new cleaning tape, and it just might come good if it was originally recorded fine.
This is a common(ish) problem on the JVC models. In most cases running the cleaning cassette will work. If it does not work the first time try it a second time.
Make sure you follow the instructions as provided by the manufacturer for the use of your cassette and any cleaning solutions involved. Use them in conjunction with camera's information.