Question about Proscan PSVR65 VHS VCR
When putting in a tape, the machine makes a noise, then turns off.
When I re-start the machine and eject the tape, the case comes out, along with a long twelve inch "tail"piece of tape.
Does this problem indicate professional repair?
I'm sure all it requires is a "more" up-to-date recorder (although up-to-date doesn't exist for that these days because of all the DVD's and Blu-ray discs). I am not sure if you mean the problem that it keeps doing that (problem in the recorder. Or you get it repaired, or you get yourself a new one (cheap these days, I wouldn't recommend repairing). Or you're meaning the problem that the tape is now completely ruined. If it hasn't been damaged too hardly, you can get the tape fixed. Or you get someone to repair it, or you can even try it yourself. I'm sure there are things on the internet for that.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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