Question about Panasonic NV-HD670BDX VHS VCR
This could be caused by one of a number of things, but it could be down to the carriage (the thing the cassette fits into being damaged. Another likely cause is the mode switch. Again this could be caused by damage in the mechanism, throwing out the timing. You see the mode switch tells the electronics what position the mechanism is in. Any damage can throw out the timing. But mode switches themselves can go faulty. Sometimes dirt gets in them, which can be cleaned out by Servisol Video 40. Restoring operation. But damage will throw the mode switch out so re-aliment needs to be done. I think your deck might use the K-Deck mechanism. If it does you can find information on it, plus how to set up the mode switch correctly by searching Google for "Panasonic K-Deck".
Mode switches for K-Decks can be found on Curry's Partmaster site if you need a new one.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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