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I need a VCR-Head Drum (New) for my Sony VCR which has got SP/LP

My VCR is not playing good, however I have cleaned the head, but still only audio is comming fine, but the vedio not alt all comming just blue screen or some time some blank screen with doted lines.

Do any one got VCR head drum for my Sony VCR (SV Model)

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