Question about Sony Handycam DCR-TRV310 Digital Camcorder
This is hard but worth a try. Take a small toothbrush shaped brush and, with the cassette door open, clean the tiny slots at the base of the tape head. These slots are actually the tape read and record heads, the rest of the cylinder just creates an airspace under the tape in order for it to travel smoothly. Tape head cleaning cassettes are incapable of cleaning this area. Thank you, Dana
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
If tape drive guides have not been tried to adjust the tracking then it is weak video head problem and video head will be replaced.
And if tape guides have been adjusted to correct the problem then yes, its tracking issue.
Readjust tape drive guides and check tape threading mechanism should be cleaned and smooth.
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