Question about GE VG4052 VCR
Dirty video is the first place to look. Use of a lint free cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol, or electronic cleaner (Chemtronics electrowash or similiar). Rotate the video head a few times around past the moistened cloth. I don't recommend cotton swabs (a foam swab is safer) for this, as a tiny piece of cotton can get caught on the head, and essentially cause the problem you are trying to fix. Lastly, an excessively worn head will cause this too.
Posted on May 29, 2007
Yes, this is a problem of dirty or clogged video heads. I advice using a good Wet Type cleaning cassette.
Posted on May 28, 2007
This is a tracking problem...try cleaning the entire tape path with alcohol swabs (open top cover), especially the pinch roller
Posted on May 27, 2007
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