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Could be one of several things.incorrect storage of tapes...I.e. Kept near speaker magnets...in damp storage or the VCR heads themselves need cleaning.old VCR tapes are prone to losing their magnetic properties which make recording and playing back suffer from line interferences.if the tapes are new it points to the reading heads on the VCR.this may benefit from using a head cleaner.if you can't get hold of a head cleaner...contact me and I will share a DIY method I have used in the past.on no account must you try to open the unit without taking certain precautions.

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