Question about JVC DR-MV5S DVD Recorder/VCR
You may have a dirty video head, try a wet or dry cleaning tape (I recommend the dry tape) the other option is to use a brand new store bought tape T120, set vcr to sp "2hrs" and let it play the full time.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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