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Mini Dv My mini dv camcorder has horizontal black lines on the lcd screen. I went into the menu to reset all settings. The default was applied, but the horizontal lines still appear. My camera is the JVC GR-D275U.

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  • hudge1983 Jan 27, 2009

    while recording screen looks fine..but when i play back...the screen has lines going through it like the tracking is all messed up or something like on a vcr tape used to do

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There is an odlong panel on the right side of the camers above the tape case pop it off and use a q-tip to clean the heads i put a tape in and ran it on ff an rew a couple of time with the q-tip and i have no more lines took my a week to figure it out (duh) lol

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Probably you had not used your camera for a long time, keep it running for sometime, this may solve the problem.

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