Question about Panasonic VHS-C PV-L354 Camcorder

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Sound It no-longer records sound. It will play previously recorded sound but will no-longer record it. We have tried several tapes and still it will not record.

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  • Pechosha1 Feb 21, 2008

    I am having issues wih my pv-l354 the sound is not working. When I go to play and review what I have recorded the image is there but no sound. The I record again then the sound works. What is the deal with this camcorder?

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If it has a external mic jack you could see if that is working. if it is then the mic on the camcorder is bad.

Posted on Sep 16, 2007

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    Larry Stiles Sep 18, 2007

    I worked on a couple of these similar model today. found bad microphones.

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