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Camcorder problems When I try recording on my camcorder, I can see what I am recording, but if I try to replay on the camcorder it appears as a series of interference lines which blurs out the picture. If I Put into cassette and play on video recorder the picture is perfect. I have tried a head cleaner, new battery, new tapes. I would be grateful for any advice you can give.

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Dear sir, Please check with by playing pre-recorded cassatte in the camera( that if you know the recorded picture is good. thank u. reply me.

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