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Video playback hello i hope you can help my samsung video camera is a 8mm tape and it records fine but wont play back any thing the tape runs but no picture on the tv i have tried to clean the head with a cleaner but still no picture any ideas would be great thanks andy

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May still need to be cleaned andy.Sometimes cleaning tapes wont get the dirth out.This is more than likely what is wrong.How old is cleaning tape you tried may be time to try new cleaning tape,.

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