LXI VHS camcorders are packed with the advanced features that you look for in a recording device. Precision lenses in LXI VHS camcorders help capture images and action accurately and clearly. When your LXI VHS camcorder needs repair, find the replacement parts you need at Sears PartsDirect.
Dubbing video from your LXI VHS camcorder to a VCR
Connect the audio/video cord to the audio and video outlet jacks on your camcorder. Connect the other end of the audio/video cord to the audio in and video in jacks on the back of your VCR.
Insert a pre-recorded take into the camcorder and power the camcorder on.
Turn the VCR on and set the input signal selector to the Line In source.
Press Play and Record then Pause on the VCR to set up the VCR for recording the video signal from the camcorder.
Find the beginning of the video that you want to record on the tape in the camcorder. Press Play on the camcorder then press the Pause button on the VCR to play the camcorder tape and record the camcorder video signal on the VCR.
Cleaning the eyepiece on your LXI VHS camcorder
Turn the VHS camcorder power off and unplug the power cord. Pull the battery pack off the camcorder.
Turn the eyepiece 1/8 of a turn counterclockwise to release it from the camcorder body and pull the eyepiece free from the camcorder. Set the eyepiece on a padded surface.
Remove any lint or dust particles from the eyepiece lens using a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Be careful not to scratch the eyepiece lens surface while cleaning.
Clean the body of the eyepiece using a soft cloth moistened with mild detergent and water. Rinse off detergent residue from the eyepiece body using a damp cloth moistened with plain water. Dry the eyepiece body thoroughly with a dry, soft cloth.
Position the eyepiece on the camcorder body and line up the marks on the eyepiece body with the grooves in the eyepiece receptacle on the camcorder body. Attach the eyepiece to the camcorder and rotate the eyepiece 1/8 turn clockwise to lock the eyepiece in place.