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Possible that the VIDEO HEAD is dirty , could be clogged with ferrite dust or fungus from an old cassette. If you have a cleaning tape please try it ON the set for sometime.
If not a manual cleaning can help but with great caution as the tiny ferrite heads on the Head drum is very fragile. So use a piece of paper to carefully rub along the drum using soft action , DO NOT ATTEMPT HARD ACTION GET THE FERRITE CAUGHT INTO.
If there is no result the head can be faulty but it can be confirmed after a close check up or a continuity test after removing. Require good experience to attempt.
Here's the manual: http://au.lgservice.com/jsp/common/ManualViewer.jsp?DOC_ID=KROWM000094372&FILE_NAME=KROWM000094372.djvu&ORIGINAL_NAME_b1_a1=GC990W1F.NA2ALL_29U.djvu&FILE_GUBUN=I&BUYER_CODE=AU000001&COUNTRY_CODE=AUS&DJVU_FLAG=Y
You need the Djvu reader, to view the manual: http://www.celartem.com/en/download/djvu.asp