Question about GoVideo DVR4250 DVD Player/VCR
A-TR is auto tracking, possibly due to older video cassettes or a faulty/dirty drum.
Run a wet head cleaner through the player and check the condition of the tapes being used. If the tapes are old they leave deposits on the playing/recording heads and you will persistantly have this problem.
If the problem persists, then I suspect the heads may be faulty, or may just need an adjustment.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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