Question about Televison & Video
Hello, after a while the heads get worn. Open up the unit, with power turned off, and check the heads to see if they have marks on them. And then,CAREFULLY, take a piece of writing paper and soak it(but not too much) with methylated spirits,and then CAREFULLY again rub it gently around the head, not too hard or you will break the heads that spin around( they are the little black things in the gap of the head) you should see a lot of black stuff on the paper. Keep doing it until you dont see that stuff. If after this you still see the message, you will need new heads. I hope that has helped you.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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