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Lines may be caused by AC pickup. if so, usually the lines move slowly up the screen, and two major sets are usually displayed. wavy lines may also be caused by a local TV station transmitting on the same output channel, either 3 or 4. If you can change the output channel, this may help. Also, try disconnecting all cable or satellite signals and see if the problem goes away. May be an adjacent channel bleeding over. If the lines go away when putting the dvd on pause, the problem is probably in the dvd power supply. Cool the unit down by unplugging it for a while and then try it. If the problem goes away then, separate the dvd player from other devices to prevent overheating
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sorry...it seem like your dvd/vhs player is outdated...(do the rw disc plays in pc?) are you using Nero software? this will curve the problem...or try another DVD RW brand that funai is compatible with...dvd players, dvd recorder and pc dvd burners do roll back...all must be a year or less apart to work with each other....
often problems with lines is either down to RF or if all the cameras are powered of the same psu that it could be that your psu is underated and the cameras are pulling to many amps most moden cameras rum anything from 200mas upto 1.5amps with infra red so if you only have a 500ma psu its going give up slowely
Are the wavy lines horizontal or vertical? If they are horizontal and up near the top of the screen it could be 60HZ interference from a power cord running over the cable from the DVD player to the TV. There could also an internal breakdown of the shielding by the power supply of the DVD player. If the lines are vertical it is likely the cable or maybe the input jack on the TV. Could be a number of things.
there are guide posts that the tape goes around, they need to be adjusted if your good at that stuff take off cover and while playing tape be careful you could damage video head.with flat srew drive . adjust right post buy turning clockwise or counter clockwise. this could be hard i hope i helped , When i first started ny video shop 1987 we started doing only vcrs.
The video head also could be bad. thanks doctor video