Please, please can someone help me !! I recently purchased the above camcorder (about 5 days ago). I have noticed that when I try and play back the recording and view it on the LCD monitor it has about 5 black lines of equal width and spacing horizontally across the screen. I am using a genuine JVC tape and original battery.
How do I get rid of this, or what have I done wrong.
I am unsure if it is operator error or there is something wrong with the camcorder.
I look forward to a reply.
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you may have a faulty camera there,,,or the vcr tape may be faulty and has spred some of the tape on the recording head try running a cleaning tape through the vcr first to clean the heads,,then use a new tape (not the old tape!) to try that out,, if its cleans the head up throw away the old tape so you never put it back in this vcr
here's something you can try...remove the back and notice that there are ribbon cables (FRAGILE!) on the right and left side...alot of times these cables develope bad connections and cause the lines you see...other times the panel will be suspect. Removing these ribbon cables and reseating them have helped me determine in the past if it is a bad connection...or a bad panel
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