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No more image (only snow) the audio is ok.

Like if the video head didn't read anymore, I disconnect the drum, and I get exactly the same, for the REC it is the same.

The audio is good.

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  • sparoz Jan 22, 2009

    I already clened the video head !

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Do you get black topedoes on the screen if you do this a sign of a faulty head and will need replacement. disconecting the drum will be of no avail as it cannot pick up the video signals. you may well be in the need for a head clean and an audio head clean, including the tape guides and rollers. you can purchase a head cleaning tape, get the wet type, unless you are expeirenced it is best not to d.i.y clean use the cleaning tape only or you could well damage the pick up heads, if that doesnt work get a pro to look at it ,anyway head cleaning would be my first port of call.....David Delaine

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You just rented a tape and your VCR will not track properly or you tried to record a tape and it would not play back. You have a dirty machine.

Remove the power. Remove the top cabinet by removing all the screws on the back and probably a few on the bottom. Once the top is off look to see where the video tape comes into the machine. Directly ahead of the input is the video drum assembly. It should be about 2 or 3 inches in diameter and be directly in front of the tape slot. It is very fragile and should never have any cleaning device moved up and down on it.

Once you locate the video drum you should saturate a cotton swab with a 100% alcohol solution and while turning the drum slowly with the swab pressed against the video drum you should be able to clean the heads.

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You should also clean the tape path and load mechanism ( the tracks that the tape guides slide on). Clean the pinch roller and capstan.

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Hi Graham92. Read this through a couple of times, sorry it's a bit long-winded.

This may sound a bit strange but the Video Heads on the drum may be causing the sound to cut in and out. The reason for this is the audio circuit requires a clean signal, (good constant picture) from the Video drum heads. Most VCR's have an audio mute when a bad bit of tape passes through the mechanism to stop loud noises from passing to your speakers, TV, Hi-Fi etc. It sounds like you have taken the unit apart before so i suggest cleaning the rotating video head.

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