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Old 04-21-2019, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by ftg View Post
Yeah, VHS-C is a problem right there. Look around to see if there's a VHS-C camera with RCA outputs in the family (and that can run off an AC adapter).

Before trying to dupe a tape, always run it thru a FF/WW cycle the whole length.

Be prepared to run a wet head cleaner thru the machine fairly often. This may be why the first tape was mostly good and the others not.
I ordered a head cleaner from Amazon. Now when I play the first tape that seemed okay, it is mostly bad.

I have no VHS-C cameras in the family. Nobody knows what happened to the original.