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dawne dye Posted on Jul 18, 2007
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Video Playback Sound but no picture

I have been using the camera for a year now with no problems until today. On playing back to viez the video I get the sound but no picture. More info: it is charged, red light goes on; then the blue one flickers for a second or two; then both go off; I can hear the sound but do not get any picture. I have viewed the video before and it worked, but now I onloy get the sound. thanks for any help.

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Sounds like the recording and playback heads are dirty. When was the last time you cleaned the heads? If you haven't, buy a Video cleaning kit which are cheap these days and run it through a couple of times. See if that clears it up.

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