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What is causing video tape to be trapped inside recorder


it is usually to do with the calibration of the tape locks, sometimes it is to do with the tension on the tape being too loose,so check the tapes are wound sufficiently and if this problem persists, have it seen to by a professional engineer.

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Section 5 (electrical adjustments) of the service manual covers the settings of DIP switch S-4. It is used to calibrate the supply and takeup photo sensors.

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Remote control touch screen is not working


Flip ipen the front face of the remote control so that you have access to the buttons underneath. Press and hold the "light" button on the outside right of the remote while pressing the "enter" button to the right of the number "1" button.

THIS WON'T WORK IF YOU HIT THE "enter" BUTTON BETWEEN THE ARROW KEYS.

The screen should now flash PRESS and VCR 2 - press the onscreen key marked VCR 3.

The screen should now flash PRESS aqnd OSD - press the onscreen key marked OSD.

Test all of the onscreen keys. If you find them still unaligned, repeat the process.

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TV recorder wont record from TV. All cables work and are plugged in


WHAT "" system needs to be calibrated and then configured ""........""It works fine otherwise""
Disconnect the VCR from anything. place a vhs tape with information [picture of something you don't want any more or a vhs tape that you want erased] in the machine. The tape at the back left TAB must be covered to promit recording. turn machine on,shub the tape in, press record. if after a time and you REWIND, and the begining is blanked of picture information...........the recorder [VHS] is working. looking to see the cables and how they are connected.

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Very snowy picture when recording or watching video tape


If there is snow from the VCR only when the tape is being played, it is possible that there is a head clog or dirt on the heads.

If the head is clean and there is still snow from it, this means that most likely it is faulty.

A service tech who is experienced at servicing VCR's can connect a scope to the pre-amp test points, and run his calibration tape. With this he should be able to look at the signal carrier envelops on the scope and see if there are any faults.

At the same time, he will also see if there is a fault with the head pre-amp area. I've rarely seen any faults in the pre-amp area.

An experienced tech who works on VCR's can change the head for you. This is time consuming because he will have to go through all the guide and tracking alignments with the scope and test tapes.

A problem with most VCR models, unless it is a high end industrial model, most manufactures are no longer supplying replacement parts. They are telling the people to buy a new machine.

In reality, it may not be cost effective to service your VCR. You may end up buying a new one.

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Toshiba VCR


The tension arm has a spring on it that you have to adjust by either bending th etang that it is anchored to or on most models, just stretch or shorten the spring. However, this is rarely required. as long as the tension arm is somewhere in its range of travel when the tape is playing it should be OK. Tape tension problems are more commonly caused by something sticky in the tape path causing it to drag. You can spend a lot of money on calibrated tension meters, but I always did just fine feeling it with my finger and comparing it to a known good VCR.

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VCR recording


As with all tape related recording equiptment, the path the tape follows in your machine will collect debris which will interfere with the synchronizing playback signals originally recorded on our tape when first recorded. The "ROLLING" is the loss of those synchronizing signals and the "skewing" of the tape where the heads are now reading between the recorded information causing noise at the top or bottom or throughout the entire screen. SOLUTION for about 85% of machines exhibiting this problem is CLEANING and inspection of tape path alignment best done with a calibrated playback tape for accuracy. HOPE this helps . . . Jaszy

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