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No Video I do not see the video image neither from the LCD nor plugging into the TV recorder using the already recorded cassette

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  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    I have same problem - a tape that is recorded shows like it is blank, but sometimes if I record for a second it all comes back - except now i've recorded a little over the beginning. It's like the camers forgets something or can't seem to read the tape, or can't decide what format is on the tape , and just recording for a second seems to reset something.



    After that it's fine for a while until the next time.

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If it shows blue screen, the head may be dirty, cleaning cassete may solve the problem.

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