Question about Aiwa HV-MX1 VHS VCR
Good day Angel i am Falco the problem you have might be due to dirty heads on the Drum unit, I would first try a head cleaning tape, there are 2 types of head cleaning tapes one looks like a typical video casset type tape and the other is like a wight frizzy type tape that you apply a cleaning liquid to for a deep cleaning the first one is used for preventative maintenance, try the 2nd type first, it may take several times to restore your video note allow time for the liquid to dry up before trying a tape at least several min`+ , if after this procedure the problem has not gotten better than you might have an electronic fault and might not be worth perusing further, If however this made some improvement than you are on the right track and might require a better cleaning procedures, if so contact me further and i will step you through the procedure.
best of luck and regards Falco
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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