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Error H U 11

Ok, so I have a bunch of tapes, that when I put them in the deck, they play, but every couple of seconds the sound cuts out, and I get an error on the screen of the deck that flashes "H U 11" instead of the timecode. Anyone know what this means?

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U11 is a "dirty video heads" message. Either use a cleaning tape or have the unit professionally cleaned.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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