Tip & How-To about Televison & Video
First, unplug the vcr. take out all screws holding the top in place. slowly take the cover off and put it aside. plug the vcr in a power strip. with the top off, push in a tape. Hit play. find a piece of printer paper or any other paper and rip it in 4. carefully and slowly touch the paper on the back of the rotating drum. hold it their for 2 minutes. take off the paper and look at what came off the head. Then, take a small microfiber cloth and dab it with rubbing alcohol, and slowly wipe all moving parts.. screw the cover back on, and your vcr is clean!
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