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I need a Video Head for Matsushita VCR Model HS-B52

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Look for a parts unit (junker) on eBay. Replacement heads cost as much or more than a new recorder!

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi VCR model HS-U430. Cable channels 2-6 fuzzy.

Looks that way,the signal is not getting through the vcr,time for an upgrade

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SOURCE: Video heads of Sanyo VWM-800 4 head vcr need cleaning.

Take the top off and spray the main head with Servisol Video 40. (image below) Also the tracking and audio heads.
Wait for it to dry before putting a tape in. In the future use only this it is much better and cheaper than cleaning tapes.
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Try cleaning the heads with Servisol Video 40. It's best to take the top cover off and give it a good clean. Use cotton buds, spray and wipe anywhere the tape comes into contact with. If that doesn't cure it you might have a worn video head.

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I see someone selling that exact model on Ebay. Or there are many other Mitsubisha S-VHS similar in Model. I would stick with what you (they) are familiar with.

Hope that helps...

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2. TV is not selecting the right input for the VCR.
3. difficult (but rare) failure in the VCR output circuitry.

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The fact that both inputs give you a bad recording indicates its something common to both inputs. First thing I would do is try cleaning the heads. It's the cheapest solution to try. There is also an erase head as well, but that is usually not part of the video head. The erase head erases the tape just prior to the record head recording the new material on the tape. Problems in the erase head will cause you to see both what you just recorded and what was previously on the tape. The picture will be distorted and shifting back and forth between the new program and the previous one.

Good luck!

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The purpose of the CHILDLOCK is to prevent others from using your VCR. If you want to set the VCR back on Lock you again press the DISPLAY for 8 to 10 seconds.

This solution is from the owner manual for HS-U448, so I figure your model is the same.

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