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uR error means 02:603 Detected slack tape during PLAY and REC.This thing happen. 1 if your tape is have moisture in it 2.IF You have over use your TAPE more then 100 times 3.if there dirty in tape parts and pinch roll and head drum
So clean the tape part head drum ,with Sony cleaning cloth Manley .The re set all the error by going to maintenance menu.
error cause by drum head, u can try fix by ur self, open the compart then open the black drumhead cap,u can see to screw on the upper head open,then u can see rubber pick it up clean the rubber and the con inside outside head, try again if doesn't work u can change the drum head
This is usually the first indication that the head drum assembly needs attention. Usually, the circuit that controls the speed of the heads is not able to keep the speed constant. This creates noise in the signal that causes the loss of color. The circuit in question here is the servo. This is often fixed by replacing the capacitors in that circuit (there are usually 3). Simple fix with a parts cost of around $6 or so.
I assume this symptom appears when attempting to play a tape? If the picture is mostly snow, VCR may need video head cleaning. To do this, take the top cover off- You will note a cylindrical shiny aluminum drum- the actual heads are at the lower edge of this rotating drum.
Anyway, use a lint free cloth or special wipe moistened with rubbing alcohol, or product specifically made for such, carefully cleaning those heads as well as the drum itself. Occasionally, it may take 2 or 3 cleanings.
If the VCR has lots of hours, or abrasive head cleaners have been used, the head could be worn out. If so, toss the rig and purchase a new one. Head replacement is non-economical unless you have a high end machine.
Nope it's in the user menu and you have to have video going into the deck to read it on the monitor video out put. Head hours are the time the tape actually is in contact with the drum and the most accutate easy indication of drum ware. 3/4 Umatics don't eat heads as a rule. I think I only replaced 1 out of hundred for thousands and thousands decks. Brokers love head or durm hours tipically it's T2 on the menu.
C:31:40 is "FG fault when starting drum." In plain terms, the video head assembly is not producing a feedback signal that tells the control circuitry that the heads are spinning. Most probable cause is a bad drum assembly, but check to make sure the flex cable going to the drum is properly seated.