LG AS111W Owner's manual

LG AS111W Owner's manual
Video Cassette Player
with Line Recording
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
AS111W
PAL
Before
connecting, operating,
please
read this instruction booklet
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
Position your VCP so that no
falls directly onto it.
bright light
or
sunlight
F
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CPrecautions, ontes&
Care should be taken not to expose your
VCP to any unnecessary vibration,
moisture, dust or heat.
qualified
Never
service
remove
the
top
Troubleshooting
does not
of your VCP as this can
voltage and other hazards. If
cover
high
operate properly, please check the
Guide
on
page 15. If your VCP still
operate properly, unplug it and call your
If the unit is
moved from a cold place to a
do not operate it for two or three hours.
Moisture condensation on the head drum, one of the
parts of the unit, will
Video Channel
5
Remote Control Functions
6
On Screen
7
Other
in
a
a
Display
8
tape
Playback
Features
10
DC Power Source
11
Recording
12
Dubbing Tapes
14
condensation
placed
in
a
position
to allow
-
-
to
Warning
a
Multi
-
damage to the
condition, plug the
disappears.
Ensure that your VCP is
free flow of air.
?
cause
tape. If you experience the above
mains lead into an AC outlet, set the POWER switch
ON, and leave at room temperature until moisture
2
4
a
&
Specifications
suddenly
place,
most crucial
TV
to
Troubleshooting
dealer.
warm
3
Playing
except
personnel.
expose you to very
your VCP does not
Controls & Sockets
Tuning
During
unplug both the aerial cable and mains plug
prevent accidental damage to your VCP and TV.
Do not operate your VCP if it is damaged.
Your VCP should not be repaired by anyone
2
Connecting
electrical storms it is advisable to
to
Precautions, Contents & Features
System
PAL, SECAM
-
B/G D/K
MESECAM
NTSC
Playback
?
Long Playback
?
On Screen
?
Video Doctor
?
Line
?
AC/DC
&
on
PAL TV
Recording (SP/LP)
Display
(Self-Diagnosis)
Recording
thru AV
Compatible
jack
15
Each button
tion
as
on
your VCP has the
its
remote
same
corresponding button
control. (see page 6.)
Power
Stop
(On/Off)
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
&
on
func-
the
Rewind
Cassette
Tape Eject
REC
P/STILL
POWER REW
PLAY
FF
PLAY
REC
FF
REW
STANDBY
PAUSE/
STILL
Mains Lead
(AC 100-240V,
50/60Hz)
Play
Compartment
CST.IN A.REPEAT LP
Function
Indicators
Remote
Control
Sensor
Fast
Forward
Record
Audio/Video
IN/OUT
Channel
Selector
(see page
RF.OUT
5.)
(connect
to
your TV using
this socket)
YourVCP'sntl
RF.OUT
AUDIO
40
VIDEO
32
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
K
+
IN
G
DC IN 12V
Aerial
DC
Input Socket
(see page 11.)
K/G Selector
(see page 5.)
(connect the
aerial using
this socket)
3
The
ToaTV
Conecting
on this page is the most common form of connection. However please check with your
manufacturer's instruction books for specific information. Make sure all connections are made with both your
VCP and additional appliance unplugged from the mains to avoid damaging your equipment. Connecting a
guidance given
VCP
using Audio/Video cable is one of the best ways to achieve optimum sound and picture quality from
video-tape playback. If you own a TV with AV input sockets you will be able to enjoy it; you will be unable
enjoy this facility if you connected just using a normal RF cable.
Television
If you connect your
VCP using the
supplied
RF
Connection Cable
you will
have to tune in a
(75 Ohms)
video channel
on
in the
book you will be
given guidance
on
RF Connection
Cable(75 Ohms)
AUDIO IN VIDEO IN
on
your TV in order to
view video tapes.
Further
AERIAL
Do not
Audio/Video Cable(not supplied)
If you use a Audio/Video cable, picture
and sound quality of video-tape playback
will be improved.
should
sure
appliances
unplugged
RF.OUT
AU
from
32
CHANNEL
AERIAL
K
+
IN
connecting.
Back view of your VCP
4
40
V
OUT
the mains before
in
place,
easily.
it
Aerial(not supplied)
all
are
plug
or
how to tune in your
TV.
Make
try and force the
connector into
DC IN 12V
G
to
Your TV receives
signals
You have to select
from the video
a
player (VCP)
channel number
If you connect a monitor or a
be necessary, simply select the AV mode
1
on
your TV.
2
Make
that you have
installed your
described earlier in
sure
Insert
3
a
video
pre-recorded
correctly
tape into your VCP and
VCP
press PLAY.
as
this book.
your VCP.
on
Store the selected TV
channel
Changing the
transmitter
channel
your TV. (You
will need to look at the TV
on
instruction book if you do
not know how to do this.)
Press STANDBY/ON to
turn
like another TV station.
your TV and tune it in so that you may watch video tapes.
TV set equipped with AUDIO and VIDEO sockets this adjustment will not
on
If channel 36 is already
occupied at your TV set,
if the picture is distorted,
you can change the
transmitter channel of the
REC
Turn
on
P/STILL
40
C
Select channel 36
on
your
TV.
Set the K/G selector
on
undistorted
And then you will
see
picture being played
your VCP.
on
the
in
VCP is on, broadcast
your TV set and
a small
reception through
store it. Use
screwdriver to turn
slowly
the CHANNEL selector
the
back of your VCP to match
your area's TV system.
Select G or K.
an
channel between 32 and
POWER REW
your TV.
programs, turn
off your VCP.
When your
VCP.
FF
Select
STANDBY
To watch TV
PLAY
REW
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
or
OnyourTV Videochanl Tunig na
on
the AERIAL socket is
not
possible.
the back of your VCP, until
you are satisfied with the
picture quality.
AUDIO
VIDEO
40
32
RF.OUT
AUDIO
40
VIDEO
OUT
32
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
K
+
IN
G
IN
DC IN 12V
5
Your video
player (VCP)
is
designed
that almost all of its features
so
CONTROL HANDSET. Some features
RemotCnrl Locatin&Fu
be controlled from the REMOTE
operating distance that you may control your video player is about
within an angle of 30 degrees either side of the REMOTE SENSOR
7.5 metres
must also be
on
REC
P/STILL
POWER REW
PLAY
FF
to
on
RECORD
from
Starts
Battery
recording.
REC
is
FF
Winds the
PLAY
Forward
play the tape.
tape forwards.
Rewinds the
REMOTE
REW
FF
STOP
SP/LP
DISPLAY
P/STILL
To
long
stop the tape.
in the direction of
P/STILL
still
picture.
MENU
screen.
a
TRK
Put the two batteries into
MENU
SELECT
display
To select the
speed
recording
of the
tape.
6
and
MANUAL
TRACKING/SELECT
To
children.
differing age or type.
Always discard
batteries safely.
the
SP/LP
out of the reach of
batteries of
compartment making
are
correctly positioned.
of time, remove
batteries, store them
in a cool, dry place and
use
the
sure
period
the
Do not
arrow.
MENU
To
OK
type
To insert them, slide
the cover of the handset
Switches to
STOP
CONTROL
a
tape.
high speed picture
play.
two AAA
high speed picture
REWIND
Reverse
powered by
batteries.
play.
PLAY
Installation
Your REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET
stand-by.
POWER
To
FF
CST.IN A.REPEAT LP
POWER
or on
DISPLAY/OK
To
display
Function OSD.
Switches the selected item
on
the MENU
It
the front of your
PLAY
REC
REW
STANDBY
switches the VCP
player.
(25 feet).
player.
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
If you do not
intend to use the
HANDSET for
can
also be controlled from the FRONT PANEL of the video
The maximum
video
stand-by
can
screen.
manually adjust
tracking.
Select the desired items
the MENU
screen.
Replace
the
on
the
cover.
On Screen
Display gives you information about the tape counter and operational mode of your VCP. Some
functions of this video player can be set and altered on the TV screen using the remote control with On Screen
Display OnScren
Display.
SYSTEM
MENU OSD
Press MENU to
main
display
the
menu.
Press
to select the
or
desired
menu.
Then you set the desired
mode by pressing OK
repeatedly.
Press MENU to
the
remove
FUNCTION OSD
Select the colour
system used for playback and
recording. Each press of OK changes system as shown
Press DISPLAY to
display
the function OSD.
below.
STILL
(AUTO
PAL
MESECAM)
REPEAT
If you want to
to ON.
play
MENU
back
a
tape repeatedly,
DISPLAY
TRK
OK
SELECT
The
set REPEAT
menu screen.
changes
MENU
Switches the function OSD ON
or
OFF.
PLAY
SP
the
The
DISPLAY
TRK
OK
SELECT
MENU
REPEAT
SELECT:
tape is
not
inserted.
0:12:34
F.OSD
tape is ejected.
tape counter
does not work when
the
SYSTEM
to
0:00:00 when
FUNCTION OSD
/STILL
tape
counter
AUTO
OFF
ON
Operating mode
Tape counter
(hours:minutes:seconds)
After 3 seconds, the
function OSD will
automatically
disappear.
, OK END:MENU
7
This VCP is
designed to play back and record cassettes using PAL and MESECAM colour systems. Your VCP may
play back recordings from NTSC colour system. You will only be able to load and eject video cassettes
when your VCP is plugged into the mains.
also
How to
playbcktpe
Getting
When
a
a
better
picture
cassette is inserted and
playback started,
the automatic
tracking
get the best
any distortions have been removed.
1
2
Make
correctly
VCP
that you have
installed your
sure
as
described earlier in
this book.
Press POWER to turn
on
3
Insert the video cassette
Check your
into your VCP. The video
cassette should have the
programme system before
playing back a tape.
window side
and
the
from
arrow
facing up
facing away
If you set SYSTEM to
tape
playing
you.
your tape.
Do not
If you load a video cassette
which has had its record
Turn
on
attempt
a
cassette
into your VCP. There may already
be a video cassette in your VCP.
your TV.
You may have the cassette
down or back to front!
upside
protection
POWER
REC
tab removed
(e.g
rental movies from video hire
shops) playback of the
automatically.
will start
PLAY SP
If there
are
colour
with very
your VCP.
to force
AUTO, your VCP detects
the colour system
automatically.
Press PLAY to start
PLAY
8
function works to
possible picture automatically. "AUTO TRACKING" will appear on the TV screen while it is doing this. If the
or
on the remote control to manually adjust the tracking until
quality of the recording is poor, repeatedly press
cassette
problems
signals,
weak
you
should select the
colour
system manually.
Video Head
Whenever
Cleaning
ejected from your VCP the video head is automatically
cleaning should not be necessary. However dirt
on
the
head
after
a
of
time can cause the playback picture to become blurred
accumulating
long period
broken up. High quality video cassette tapes will not normally deposit dirt onto the video head, but old or
damaged tapes might.
a
video cassette is inserted into
cleaned. This should
4
mean
5
STILL
Press P/STILL to still
picture.
playing
LP/EP
P/STILL
6
Press PLAY to continue
a
or
that additional head
Visual search
Press either FF
during playing
your tape.
MENU
Tapes
paused for up
can
back. This
7
Press STOP to end
playback.
will enable you to rapidly
wind the tape and see
where you
DISPLAY
REW
or
be
the
are on
or
FF
W
STOP
tape.
P
Press PLAY to
to 5
normal
minutes. After 5 minutes your
stop playing the tape
resume
SP/LP
playback speed.
VCP will
to
prevent damaging the tape
During
or
A still
picture
will have
window
will be unstable
anything
mean
PLAY
on
Press STOP/EJECT.
display
the front of your VCP.
or
Visual search will
noise, this is quite
normal and doesn't
there is
visual search
indicator flashes in the
your VCP.
for about 3
that
only
continue
minutes, after which
your VCP will return to normal
playback. During visual search
wrong with
your VCP!
POWER
REC
The cassette
ejected.
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
some
noise streaks
the TV
screen.
P/STILL
POWER REW
STANDBY
the sound is muted and there
will be
compartment
will open and the video
cassette will be partially
C
on
If the end of the
tape is reached,
stop playback
automatically, rewind, stop, eject
the tape, and place itself into
PLAY
your VCP will
PLAY
REW
STANDBY.
REW
FF
STOP
9
Other
PlaybckFeturs
1
2
Press
Repeat playback
If you want to
play
tape repeatedly,
back
3
a
to select
or
set
REPEAT ON
OFF.
or
Press MENU to
from TV
tape
DISPLAY
MENU
TRK
DISPLAY
TRK
OK
SELECT
SYSTEM
REPEAT
F.OSD
SELECT:
OFF
ON
, OK END:MENU
or
rewind.
PLAY
REW
MENU
SYSTEM
AUTO
SYSTEM
AUTO
REPEAT
ON
REPEAT
OFF
F.OSD
ON
F.OSD
SELECT:
, OK END:MENU
or
SELECT:
ON
, OK END:MENU
or
Release the button to return to
to OFF.
MENU
AUTO
tape
search.
the fast forward
OK
10
reverse
FF
STOP
MENU
REW
of
Your VCP switches forward
If you want to release this
function, set REPEAT to
switches REPEAT
P/STILL
or
picture
fast forward
Ejecting a tape
automatically
MENU
a
rewind.
OFF.
/STILL
search
to watch
during
remove
screen.
Logic
Hold down FF
beginning and
repeats playback
continuously.
Press MENU.
menus
tape
to the
Press OK to switch
REPEAT to ON.
When the end of the
is reached, VCP
automatically rewinds
REPEAT.
Your VCP is
vehicle
designed
or a
for in-home
12V DC power
or
portable
use.
You
can
power it from the
DC
Input Socket
Plug DC power cord
TV
VIDEO
AERIAL
IN
systems. (This is standard for
most
cigarette lighter socket.
Plug the other end into the
DC input socket on your
If your vehicle has a different type of
electrical system, the DC power system cannot be used.
VCP.
To
vehicles.)
prevent electrical shock and possible damage to your
or vehicle, always unplug DC power cord from the
VCP
TO AUDIO/VIDEO
IN
TO AUDIO/VIDEO
OUT
RF.OUT
40
32
VO
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
+
IN
electrical
designed for
negative ground
are
or
OT
AO
socket in your
Your VCP and its DC power cord
use in vehicles that have 12-volt,
into
either the 12-volt DC outlet
AUDIO
cigarette lighter
source.
DC IN 12V
KG
Do not leave your VCP in
where the
a
place
cigarette lighter
socket before you
remove
the
plug
from
your VCP.
temperature exceeds 70°C
(158°F),
or
the
pick-up
device may be damaged.
Examples include :
?
Inside
a car
with the
windows closed and in
Back of VCP
A 3 amp. 125 or 250V fuse for
the DC power cord.
While the
engine
is
protection
is installed in
being started, disconnect the DC
cigarette lighter socket.
DCPowerSuc
power cord from the car's
direct sunshine.
?
DC POWER
Near
CORD
a
heating appliance.
Warning
When your VCP is
not in use, always
disconnect it from
the
3 amp. fused
negative ground
cigarette lighter
battery
Do not
operate your VCP when the
discharged.
cause
Peak current from the
battery
is
generator may
the DC fuse to blow.
If the vehicle's
10
car
car
supply voltage drops below approximately
not work properly.
volts, your VCP may
socket to avoid
drain.
11
Your VCP allows you to make
How to record
1
to
recordings connecting
TV
a
2
Connect your VCP to
as shown below.
a
TV
on
with AUDIO and VIDEO sockets.
3
Press STANDBY/ON to
turn
equipped
Insert
your VCP.
4
a
video cassette with
the record
protection
tab
Set the desired recording
speed by pressing SP/LP.
into your VCP.
Your external aerial must be
If you do not wish
to record on a tape
(this can happen
quite easily
by
accident!)
remove
the
plugged
in your TV.
possible
on a
record with the TV's
The video cassette should have
channel selector.
the window side
the
the
arrow
Do not
AUDIO
VIDEO
facing
attempt
facing up and
away from you.
to force
a
cassette into your VCP.
TO
There may already be a video
cassette in your VCP. You may
have the cassette upside down
AUDIO/VIDEO OUT
or
AERIAL
OUT
the
video cassette.
It is
your TV and select
the channel you wish to
on
IN
safety tab on
back edge of
record
Aerial
TV set
Turn
back to front!
to
video
cassette
FF
W
TO
with the
record
RF.OUT
protection
tab removed
covering
STOP
AUDIO/VIDEO IN
AUDIO
by
the hole
40
VIDEO
32
AERIAL
K
+
IN
DC IN 12V
tape.
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
P/STILL
P/STILL
POWER REW
STANDBY
P
CST
G
with self adhesive
12
SP/LP
CHANNEL
O
YOUR VCP
T
DISPLAY
MENU
5
7
6
Press REC to start
Press P/STILL to avoid
unwanted
recording.
recording
scenes.
During recording
of TV
programme you do not
change the TV channel
number
on
your TV.
Press STOP to end
recording.
indicator flashes in
the display window.
REC
Press P/STILL
continue
again
recording.
Tapes
be
can
paused
STOP
to
P
SP/LP
for up to
minutes; PAUSE will be
displayed when a tape is
Press STOP/EJECT.The
5
paused.
FF
W
cassette
After 5 minutes your
VCP will
stop recording to
prevent damaging the tape
your VCP.
or
compartment will
open and the video
cassette will be partially
ejected.
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
P/STILL
POWER REW
STANDBY
POWER
P
CS
REC
If the end of the
SP/LP
PLAY
DISPLAY
P/STILL
MENU
tape is reached,
stop recording
automatically, rewind, stop, eject
the tape, and place itself into
your VCP will
STANDBY.
13
Make
T
a
p
e
s
Dub ing
all connections
sure
damaging
your
1
are
made with both your VCP's and Television
2
Connect your VCP to
another VCP as shown
turn
Insert
your VCP.
on
Insert
a
source
Aerial
from the mains to avoid
4
3
Press STANDBY/ON to
a
blank video
Press STOP/EJECT to
tape with the record
below.
TV set
unplugged
equipment.
protection tab into
(recording) VCP.
pre-recorded
stop recording.
your
tape into
another
(playing)
VCP.
Video Doctor
(Self-Diagnosis)
AUDIO
VIDEO
If you insert
AERIAL
OUT
a
video
cassette which has its
IN
RECORDING
VCP
record
(YOUR VCP)
removed the
protection
tab
error
RF.OUT
40
AUDIO
message "NO TAPE TAB
RECORD !" will appear on
your screen and eject the
32
VIDEO
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIA
Unauthorized
K
+
recording of
copyrighted
tape.
TO AUDIO/
VIDEO IN
TV
programmes, films,
video cassettes and
other materials may
infringe the rights of
copyright
and be
owners
contrary
copyright
laws.
Simultaneously begin
playback on another VCP
and record
TO AUDIO/
VIDEO OUT
on
your VCP.
RF.OUT
40
32
VO
A
CHANNEL
OUT
to
AERIAL
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
P/STILL
POWER REW
STANDBY/ON STOP/
EJECT
P
K
+
IN
DC IN 12V
G
STANDBY
CST
REC
F
PLAY
REC
REW
PEAT LP
PLAYING VCP
14
G
DC IN 12V
IN
FF
P/STILL
POWER REW
STANDBY
PL
CST.
Check the
following
No
picture
?
Is the mains
?
Is the TV switched
?
?
&
no
before
for service.
calling
Power ..................................AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
+3
DC 12 -0 V, 1.2A
sound
plug plugged
Have you tuned in
watch video tapes
on
a
General
in and switched
on
?
?
video channel
?
on
your TV to
page 5.)
If you have used a Audio/Video cable to connect your
VCP and TV have you selected the AV mode on your
on
Power
consumption.............Approx. 13 Watts
.........................Tape Width 12.7 mm (0.5 inch)
Dimensions (W x H x D) .....360 x 94 x 270 mm
Weight .................................Approx. 3.4 Kg.
Operating temperature ........5 35°C
Operating humidity ..............Less than 80%.
format
Tape
(see
-
TV?
TV programmes cannot be recorded
Has the external aerial been
(see
page 12 step
plugged
Video
in your TV?
fields),
signal
Recording
compartment empty ?
?
Is the mains
?
Is the VCP switched on?
?
Check the batteries in remote control.
?
Make
sure
channel
Auto
one
Play
on
in and switched on?
damaged,
using
(G
or
K)
Ohm, unbalanced
75 Ohm, unbalanced
75
RF modulator ......................UHF channels 32-40
have you tried
a
(adjustable)
Audio
using
?
that you are
your TV ?
format.................PAL/MESECAM
Input level ............................1.0 Vp-p,
Output level .........................1.0 Vp-p,
top of the playback picture is unstable
Is the video cassette
another
?
plug plugged
PAL/SECAM colour
RF OUT ...............................PAL/SECAM
Remote control does not work
The
system ................CCIR standard (625 lines,
50
Video cassette cannot be inserted
Is the cassette
Television
1.)
video
Input level ............................-6 dBm,
Output level .........................-6 dBm,
more
than 47 kOhms
less than 1.5 kOhms
Audio track ..........................Mono track
Audio
frequency
response ..100 Hz-10 kHz
(-6/+3 dBm)
does not work
Has the
safety
cassette ?
tab been removed from the video
?
Design
notice.
and
specifications
are
subject
to
change
without
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JEDDAH MAIN SERVICE
SAFETY PRECAUTION
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS
POWER SUPPLY WHEN IT IS NOT IN USE. DO NOT ALLOW THIS
UNIT TO BE EXPOSED TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE
COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
P.O.BOX
CENTER
704, JEDDAH 21421 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
TEL) 02-629-2929
JEDDAH QUICK SERVICE CENTER
TEL) 02-663-3888 EXT. 340,343
RIYADH BRANCH SERVICE CENTER
TEL) 01-461-5559
AL KHOBAR BRANCH SERVICE CENTER
TEL) 03-857-2629/2637
WARNING
THE RECORDING AND PLAYBACK OF CERTAIN MATERIAL
MAY NOT BE DONE WITHOUT PERMISSION.
The
working life of this set is 7 years since the date of delivery
Upon the expiry of the said period, it might be
unsuitable for the use according to their designation.
to
consumer.
Please read these precautions before you operate this unit.
Avoid extreme heat, cold, moisture and dust.
Avoid using near a magnetic field. (This will adversely affect the
units performance.)
Be careful when the surface of the case is wiped with a volatile
agent such as benzene, alcohol, thinner, etc. or a chemically
processed cloth, the surface finish may deteriorate or its
If you pour a cold liquid into a glass, water vapor in the air will condense on the surface of the glass. This is moisture condensation.
Moisture condensation on the head drum, one of the most crucial
parts of the unit, will cause damage to the tape.
When this set is exposed to a rapid temperature change from cold
to warm, some condensation will occur. Under this condition, connect the power cord to the AC line, press POWER button on and
allow at least two hours for the unit to dry out.
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coating
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may peel.
Use the unit only in a horizontal position, and do not place
anything heavy on it.
Keep the unit away from flower vases, tubs, sinks, etc. If any
liquids should spill into unit, serious damage could occur. In that
case, please consult qualified service personnel.
Do not obstruct the ventilation holes: they prevent overheating.
Even soft materials such as paper and cloth may prevent
proper ventilation of the unit.
There are no serviceable parts inside. For service, please
contact your service centre.
P/N: 3834RP0035U
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Whenever a video cassette is inserted
into or ejected from this unit the video
head is automatically cleaned.
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However, it is possible that the heads
may become clogged when playing an
old or damaged tape. If the image on
your screen resembles the picture on
the left while playing back a tape, the
heads may require cleaning.
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To
clean
the
a
head
from your local video
dealer. Follows the instructions that
come with the cleaning tape, as excessive use can shorten head life.
cleaning tape
heads, obtain
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