Question about JVC GR-AXM230 VHS-C Analog Camcorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Camcorder eating tape
There is a small nylon gear assembly on the bottom of the chassis that needs to be replaced and is not an easy repair for the skilled tech as the entire camcorder has to be disassembled. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 30, 2007
If you ran it through that many 8mm players, I'm going to say that the tape has something wrong with it.
You can see visually if there is anything wrong with the tape by releasing the cover by moving the tape and visually inspect the tape for anything that could be frayed. Usually you can see it on the bottom of the tape.
Sometimes the takeup can be messed up in the tape too. Once you release the tape cover, you can turn the white wheels to see if there is any slack in them.
Good luck on that.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
SOURCE: tape eating
my camcorder eats the tape and i have alot of tapes that i recorded on it and i can't see them any where else.and no body fix camcorders in my area what can i do?
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
SOURCE: Broken camcorder 8mm tape
Hi There, You can fix your tape yourself. 1- wind out tape from both sides of cassette. 2- cut both sides to form straight edges. 3- cut a small thin piece of clear scotch tape. 4- from cassette tape, put both sides together with recorded side facing down-- in other words you will be putting the scotch tape on the inside of the recorded tape. 4- line up the two ends and splice them together. - cut the excess scotch tape from the edges. Make sure there is no sticky stuff left there because if there is, it could rip out your video heads. The tape should only be played once and at that time, should be rerecorded to dvd or another media.
Hope this helps, mr cicmo
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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