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Erase old videos


Ideally, you'll get a high-powered bulk tape eraser that is designed for video tapes and will work perfectly for audio tapes, as well. An audio tape eraser will work to a point, but usually won't blank them out completely since it doesn't put out a strong enough electromagnetic field to erase videotapes completely. I personally own an old Radio Shack high powered eraser and it works to erase both video and audio, as well as a demagnetizer for old color tv screens (when used at a distance...a bit too strong up close), and demagnetizing screwdrivers (the ones I don't want magnetized, that is). Hope that helps.

Apr 11, 2014 | Sony HI8-MP Hi-8 Tape

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How do I erase tapes


to erase tapes all you need to do is record over the stuff already recorded on the tape. There isn't any easy method to simply erase a cassette tape, unless you have access to a strong electro magnet

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I just need to know how to erase tapes (audio) with a realistic tape eraser cat. no. 44-233A???


1. Plug into a standard 110-120V AC power outlet.
2. Select a tape [or similar small object]...
3. Hold the eraser in your hand and squeeze the trigger. The red light indicates that the unit is operating.
4. While squeezing the trigger, place the bottom of the eraser in contact with the item to be erased. Move the eraser slowly in a circular motion over the entire product area but do not release the trigger yet.
Make circular passes arount the tape for approximately 10-20 seconds, then slowly withdraw the eraser until it is about three feet away from the tape. Now release the trigger.
5. Turn the cassette or diskette over and repeat steps 3 and 4.

Aug 31, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do I erase tape on sony microcassett


Hold down the 'Erase' button and press the 'Rewind' button. It will erase the tapes as it rewinds.

Jun 07, 2010 | Sony BM-850T Desktop Cassette Transcriber...

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Typewriter won't erase letters completely.


Correction tapes do have a shelf life and can dry out. You should try replacing the correction tape and see if it is better. If that does not fix it, does the tape lift up high enough to cover the entire letter? If not, you have a lifting problem and will need a tech to fix it.

May 28, 2010 | IBM Wheelwriter 6 Typewriter

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Erasing recorded tapes


While holding the 'Erase' button down, press the 'Rewind' or "Fast Forward' button. It will erase the tape while it rewinds or fast forwards.

Apr 20, 2009 | Philips Desktop 720-T Desktop Cassette...

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How to erase data from the cassette tape


You are able to erase tapes on this machine by holding down the play and rewind buttons together. To clear the entire cassette, you'll need to physically turn the tape over and repeat.

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Nov 28, 2008 | Philips Desktop 710-T Desktop Cassette...

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Correction tape for my Smith Corona PWP 4500 plus...


Is it making all the motions of a correction? If so you may have put the tape on wrong. The dull side must be towards the platen.

DickyO

May 15, 2008 | Smith Corona Wordsmith 100 Typewriter

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My T1000 will not erase tapes.


Press the erase and rewind button at the same time.

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