Question about Fuji DVC-80 Mini DV Tape
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Posted on Oct 03, 2009
I think you can take it to anyone that deals with video tape even some camera shops will splice video tapes back together. You could even do it your self by carefully disassembling the case of the video tape and taping the two broken ends back together with scotch tape if the two ends are ragged you should cut a small amount off to square the ends up and make sure you apply the scotch tape to the side of the video tape that doesn't contact the head of the video player. And remove all the slack before re-assembling. If you are afraid you might mess the tape up try dis-assembling one that doesn't have any video on it for practice to see if you can do this and you can use the one you dis-assemble as a guide.
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