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JVC HR-DVS3U -- time code issue

I have a JVC HR-DVS3U mini-dv/SVHS deck that doesn't seem to be recognizing the timecode on any tapes I put in it. What could cause this? I moved the deck and disconnected the firewire recently. My computer can recognize and control the deck, but there doesn't seem to be any timecode on the tape - the tapes will play back in a camcorder, and I've had to resort to using one to capture all my video. Help!

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I Have the same problem. It will cost me $350.00 plus tax to fix.

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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