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I have a Panasonic TV witch is a combination Video and TV set. I am having a problem with the sound on my tape playbacks. I have tried cleaning the head, changing tapes and nothing is working. There is no problem with the sound on the TV itself. Can you halp me????

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Is this a HiFi stereo vcr? When you cleaned the heads, did you only do the heads on the rotating cylinder or only the fixed tracking/audio heads between the cylinder and the pich roller?

Does a prerecorded tape ( not a self recorded from that machine play ok?

HiFi vcrs default to the audio head(s) on the tracking/audio head if the HiFi heads on the rotating cylinder are dirty or damaged.

If a prerecorded tap palys fine, then the erase head circuit has failed.

If sound is weak and warbles, worse on SLP than SP, a weak VCR power supply.

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