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This is a common fault seen with VCRs. If the drum motor head gets misted, the due sensor connected with it will sense it and will show "Dew" on display. Let the set switch ON for some time, say over 2 hours or so. The switch it OFF and the switch it ON again. If this process doesn't help you, the dew sensor circuit inside the VCR section of your combo must be checked well. It is not a user repairable item. Contact any experienced service technician or RCA Authorised Service Center at your town. OK.