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My VCR is playing too fast

I just brought up some old VHS tapes from the garage and after I rewinded and ejected two fine working tapes, I got a lousy one, which I tried to "fix" using the "ATR" (I think it means adjust tracking or something) button and now when I try to watch a tape, even my recently taped things, they play at a super fast rate, like I'm fast-forwarding it. I tried unplugging it, but I really don't know what to do. Help. Mine is a Daewoo VCR that I bought in April 2005.

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Try recording on a blank tape and setting the tape speed to SP (standard play). you should also see options for (LP-long play) and SLP (super long play). I think your machine is stuck on SLP option. if no-go, look for a manual on the web.

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I think those dusty old tapes may have made the head and pinch roller dirty, so its slipping. Try cleaning them with a cotton bud and methylated spirits, then run a tape through.

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