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Tapes wont play in palmcorder vcr mode

It says it is recording in the camera mode, then when I switch to vcr to play it back, so i can put it on my computer, the screen stays blue, it shows features of forward reverse and play, and i can hear the tape is being controlled accordingly, i can even hear the tape spinning at normal play mode and it says its playing but the screen stays blue and cant get it to spit out any video at all in playback.

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Just clean the video head and you will get the image.

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