Question about Samsung SV5000W VHS VCR
I had the same problem with my VCR. The problem is not a dirty head. I was connecting the VCR to the A/V input of those new TVs with the digital tuners. I got rid of the problem by connecting the coaxial (analog Channel 3 or 4) output of the VCR to the Antenna input of the TV and tune to plain old analog channel 3 or 4. That way you apparently avoid the digital circuits and those blasted dropouts; Now the VCR plays perfectly on my new 42-inch TV..
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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