(From: Karl-Henrik Ryden.) I have one of their cards.
It is supposed to help pull the tape out of the cassette during loading and then spring back when unloading.
This is likely a result of a bit of debris or a rough edge on one of the guide posts in the VCR.
(See the section: Recovering damaged or broken tapes.) Excessive video snow which cannot be eliminated by the tracking controls.And mark the old one as damaged.Clean the heads and try it again.I use the following: Get your iron, the one used for T-shirts, not your soldering iron!Mechanical parts like screws, flat and split washers, C- and E-clips, and springs - these can often be salvaged from another unit.In other words they manufacture 1 VCR for both Europe and the US but either put a.Momentarily touch and remove a resistor (1K ohms or so should work) across the sensor leads (while the VCR is in play mode before it quits if needed).Plastics, hisoft cracker v2 2 in particular, are troublesome because most glues - even plastic cement - do not work very well.Video Recorders: Principles and Operation.Listen as well for any unexpected mechanical sounds that were not there before.At about.05 mm the video signal starts to degrade.
Unless you can find a junk VCR (try Allbrand, see the section: Used VCR parts repair may be too expensive.
The following models were all made by JVC: VR1835, VR3440, VR9020, VR9040, VR9140, VR9142, VR9160, VR9162, VR9240, VR9241, VR9260, and VR9362.
try playing the video through different channels on your.