There is about a 5" x16" strip at the bottom left corner edge and a smaller area in the opposite upper corner of the screen, that its color is always out of tone with the rest off the picture. So the area in the bottom left is always green and the upper right is always red..
Someone told me that the tv has tubes that need to be converged and you can do this in this the menu somewhere..
I do do have the service manual or any paperwork....
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Wow, microcassettes! (Sorry, I thought they were so cutting edge when they were.......cutting edge!) Anyway, forgive the humour - you've most likely got a tape jam in the cassette itself but if it does this with other cassettes then you've got a dead rewind function your message indicates that you've got a later model recorder with a status display. What does Fast Forward do? I know it's annoying but the cheapest option may be to turn the cassette over and use FF if it works OK. Have you checked out digital pocket recorders? For the same money, or less, than yours likely cost new, they free you from cassettes, tape winding time, poor quality - all those analogue hassles. The memory (time) capacity even the most bog-standard (as we say in the UK!) ones have is mind blowing.
The DVD Upgrade is an advanced modification to your DVD player, which adds extra features and enables you to get more from your machine. The upgrade supplements the DVD player and in no way harms the playback quality or removes any performance features of the machine.
The following DVD players are supported by this version of the DVD Upgrade:
Sony DAV-C700 Sony DAV-S400 Sony DAV-S500 Sony DAV-S800 Sony CMT-S9D
Macrovision & CGMS disable
All DVD players have a system called Macrovision built in to the player, which is designed to stop the copying of DVD discs to video. However, this system can have adverse affects on some projectors. For this reason the DVD MOD Upgrade disables Macrovision to solve any problems.
Put your player into „Standby“ Mode and enter one of the following commands if necessary:
Remote control command Function  [ENTER] Default Default region code on the player  [ENTER] Region 1  [ENTER] Region 2  [ENTER] Region 3  [ENTER] Region 4  [ENTER] Region 5  [ENTER] Region 6  [ENTER] Region 7  [ENTER] Region 8 [Arrow down] [ENTER] Only play DVDs with the selected region; auto switching OFF [Arrow up] [ENTER] Default Auto switching ON [PREV I<<] [ENTER] Enable video interference impulses (Macrovision ON) [NEXT >>I] [ENTER] Default Disable video interference impulses (Macrovision OFF) [Arrow left] [ENTER] Enable user operation prohibitions* and access restrictions [Arrow right] [ENTER] Default Disable user operation prohibitions* and access restrictions
* The DVD can no longer prohibit you from using the fast-forward, chapter change or Audio-/Subtitle-/Angle switch. You can no longer be forced to watch intros. Just press [TITLE] or [DVD MENU] and select PLAY.
In order to maintain tape control and tension the reels always pull lightly in opposite directions during PLAY mode. The capstan moves the tape in the desired direction at a precise speed. If the capstan doesn't engage the tape BETWEEN itself and the pinch roller you'll get the reels battling over control of the tape. Check the tape routing.
Stand the cassette on the table with the line of tape at the bottom. At both ends of the top edge you will see a small recess. If the tabs are missing you have just 2 square holes. If the cassette is recordable then plastic tabs will protrude from one side of the hole but not joined on 3 side. To make a recordable cassette unrecordable simply break out the tabs. If you wish to make a cassette recordable which has these tabs missing just cover the hole with a piece of cellotape.
is the tape outside the cassette? or inside the case itself (if inside we have to open and connect it to reel) but outside you need the paper thin masking tape 1/2 to 1 inch wide (cellophane is to thick)...now take both ends of tape..the tape on left side cut a 1/8 inch (hold in left hand cut on a diagonal toward the left)..(just FYI this is called splicing) now the right one cut it about 1/8 inch also in the same manner toward the left)..now cut a 1/2 inch of masking place on table...place the right tape on tape leaving at least half for the other part to go on....now take the scissors cut off any excess masking tape on both edges of tape...this should help get your first job at hand done....recording to dvd....have fun
Yes, but to minimize the possibility of tape head damage tape on the inside of the damaged tape (that is the side facing the cassete not the outward facing side) and trim the scotch tape slightly smaller then the tape so no scotch tape is exposed - note you still run the risk of head damage but I've done it many times b4 with no problem
1). Remove the five screws from top half of cassette shell. If the cassette shell halves are glued together, very carefully split the shell with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Maneuver the screwdriver around the shell to break its seal. Avoid getting cut or damaging internal components of cassette.
2).Carefully lift off the top half of the cassette shell.
3). Pull the head if the tape from the left reel.
4). cut-off the damaged edge, and attached a peice of sctoth tape to the shining side of the tape, and leave about 1/2 inches of scotch tape beyond the head of the recording tape.
5). trim the sctoch tape using single edge of the sctoch tape razor or X-Acto knife to the same width as the recording tape.
6). carefully insert and tape the head of the recording tape to the right reel. and manually wind the tape till the recoding tape is flat to the front of the recoding pad.
7). carefully close the top shell, make sure not to pinch the tape. use your finguer trun the right reel, make sure the tape winds freely.
8). secured the top with screws.
Have you taken a look at the edge of the tape? tracks 1 and 2 on a cassette are usually next to the edge and you may have a bad batch of tapes that have the edge damaged.
Another possible but not a likley problem might be the tape is out of spec. for the width, and your heads MAY have a little wear from use, and are trying to act like tape guides. If the tape is slightly wider than the grove worn in the head, the tape would be lifted at the edge and not make contact to the head.
It is not electronic as you have diagnosed this with other tapes.
Give it a try and see!