Question about Televison & Video
An older RCA VCR, used primarily for dubbing, damages tape upon ejecting
Hello. it's sound's like that the idler cam wheel that turn's the tape has a problem. it could be that .the wheel if made of rubber is slipping. or it has a belt on the bottem of it that is ***** out. check those two thing's .and let mre know if it has a rubber wheel .? or teeath that turn a gear. and if the belt on the bottem of it is not tight on the two wheel's on the bottem of it. let me know.ok "good luck"
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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