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Dvdv6700 when playing back any video cassette, it takes a long time for the heads to adjust to tracking. It is so bad that I have damaged a couple of tapes. It shows a shower of streaks on picture at mainly the base of picture. Machine has been 3 times to CAMTECH in Cannington, but to no avail.

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Camtech Cannington are useless. They had my machine (different Samsung product, different problem) for ages and it had to go back there again and again. They don't care how much inconvenience they've caused you - no apology, no concept of customer service and how to treat people, let alone clearly very poor technical skills.

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