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Panasonic gs250 (need help!!!!!)(HUGE PROPLEM)

by kevbo16 / February 13, 2006 12:36 PM PST

Ok well i just purchased this item not to long ago on ebay because i could not afford it any other way. It worked great used it with a headcam etc for about 2 weeks. Then totally randomly i went to playback what i had just taped and it just gave me the blue screen. Even though i was 100% sure i taped i tried it 5 other times different settings etc. Also with other tapes. Nothing. Now i just put in an older tape in that worked before, tried to play it back and now it has scnalines and blue bars across it. Please i really need to fix this anything you have that might help please tell me!
Thanks,
-Kevin

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(NT) (NT) Looks like it's time for service.
by Kiddpeat / February 14, 2006 6:16 AM PST
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could be ...
by bklynrickel / February 14, 2006 8:49 AM PST

that the heads need cleaning, but be careful with a head cleaning tape when you use it because it is an abrasive.use it only ten seconds. i'm not entirely sure that will solve your problem though. service may indeed be the answer.

best regards,

richard

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