Question about Samsung SV7000W VHS VCR
I looked at the link provided and there was no cure mentioned. From my experience with VCRs in general, I would suspect a flaw in the video pre-amp circuit used for playback. This could be distortion. Without seeing the actual unit and examining the signals on an oscilloscope, I can't be sure where the problem exists. It should be fixable however. Something as simple as a bad filter cap at the heads could cause this as well. The signal levels at the heads are extremely low. This unit requires test equipment that the homeowner is nit likely to posess. I would take this to a service shop.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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