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Noise in the sound while recording

Camcorder model vl-e89e

after recording when play back lot of sound comes cant hear anything on the recorded scene

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Does it sound like you have stuck your head out of the window of a moving car if so then the speaker is blown it happens sometimes, worst case sometimes its the main pcb as well.

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IMPORTANT: If additional model-specific instructions are needed to perform any of the steps below, refer to the operating instructions of the camcorder. The instruction manual is available in the Manuals/Specs/Warranty section of the Sony eSupport Web site.
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