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Mike Hicks Posted on Nov 21, 2006

Camera Says ' Condastion Problem Remove Tape'

Alright. My Camera Will Only Now Run In Mermory Mode And Will Not Record Film. I Sent It Away To Get Fixed They Had To Replace The Whole Mini DV Drive Thing. Cost Me 300 Dollars. And Yet Again It Says The Same Thing Any Further Anwsers To My Probelm?

  • Mike Hicks Oct 03, 2007

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