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No Video and Audio when played a tape

When the player is played with a tape, there is no audio or video through TV. The connections are perfect. I clean the heads too. The problem still exists. I noticed that when I press menu from remote, I am able to get the audio from the tape but there is still no video. Also, when menu disappears after sometime audio also is going off. What will be the problem? I bought the VCR in US 8 years back. The authorised Sony centers in Chennai, India are not ready to service US VCRs. So, please tell me a solution so that I can resolve myself.

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  • Sathyanarayanan Raghunathan

    Thanks for your immediate response.

    I checked whether sound system is not SAP. Yes! It is in Main mode. Other settings also are ON. My point is that sound is perfectly OK when Menu is displayed on TV. In normal play mode, there are no picture and sound. When I start playing a tape (I tried with many tapes including cleaning tape) ratser is displayed for few seconds and then TV displays "No signal".

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Sathya Perhaps I can help? I live in Pondicherry which is a 2 hr drive from Chennai. And I have extensive experience in Audio Video equipment. contact me at [email protected] or 0984333 38948.

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Check with the remote in the menu section on the VCR the audio and make sure its not in sap

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