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VHS output is fuzzy

Hi I recently purchased the VCR / DVD recorder combo. After putting in multiple VHS's the quality of the output is poor with a fuzzy line appearing at the bottom. To ensure that its not the VHS, we played in on a Sony VCR and the output was fine. Additionally I bought a VCR head cleaner and that made no difference!

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I think its the tracking adjustments.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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