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Sanyo DVD Player & Video Cassette Recorder - DVD-7200

All of my Cassette tapes get snagged on the heads and, of course the Video Cassette Recorder immediately shuts off automatically.

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Dvd does not play but video cassette does...fixable???????

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When inserting vhs tape, the player pulls the tape from inserted vhs


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Needs cleaning
> use denatured alcohol and shamos sticks
> clean tape guides also / they will have residue that will transfer to the video heads.
> be careful not to snag the heads.<<< very delicate
> professional should do the cleaning
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