if your VHS tape gets broken in the middle this is how to splice it back together .
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The problem I am having is that it does not look that messed up if you look
at the film but if you play it in a VCR, it will show a video for 1 second
and then a blue screen and it will repeat and there is barely any volume.
Is there any companies that still fix vhs tapes? If there is, can you give
me a link to one.
1 – You don’t repair a videotape on your floor (it could get dirty by dust
2 – Learn how to create a video recording
3- You are a real amateur, how many times did you cut (seems to be very
hard for you to cut a tape ?)
4 – Very important; ALWAYS cut both ends diagonal, you really don’t know
how to fix a tape I guess !
@greedyhips22 continued again, then once you do that wind it back up and be
sure it winds up the right way and doesnt get twisted again, and dont let
the flap close with the tape out, it will get crinkled hope this helps
I KNOW RIGHT??? the whole way through i couldn’t bare it. *pull pull pull*.
tapes are magnetic and once the magnetism is erased its gone forever
if the video was recorded over or erased there is nothing you can do to get
that back as it has been demagnetized therefore its gone forever, if the
section was cut out physically and you can still splice it back together if
you still have it.
How do I repair a flip-up cover?
This should be called “How to get oil, grease, dirt, dust, acid and glue
residue all over your VHS tape so it will destroy your tape heads in the
machine on the first playback.”
No you couldn’t sell it and get good money for it. But lets say its
something thats not replaceable like a wedding video or something and it
was the only copy you had. This is what you would need to do and if it was
an import video such as a wedding, once its fixed I would recommend making
a digital copy. The point of the video is not to fix videos and sell them
but show you how to repair a tape that could not be replaced.
@patricknedz no probs iv sorted it mate, i just took the small camcorder
VHS-C and took a normal sized VHS apart and just reeled it into the bigger
if its a movie or something then its better to buy a new one, this is
useful for repairing home movies such as christmas day videos or a wedding
all the stuff that cant be replaced.
It is about eight years old, and it plays VHS normally, it’s just when I
press the rewind or fast-foward button it rewinds an odd time and when I
try to pause and then rewind at double-speed, it shuts down (if it rewinds
@patricknedz Thank you illl do that I have another tape thats doing the
same thing what if it streches all the way threw?.
Dont know if it can be fixed because if its an older VCR the motors get
worn out and dont work well anymore, you can try changing the belts
I got a question: This is nothing to do with VHS, i don’t think, but how do
I fix a VCR that won’t rewind! And I don’t think it would fast-forward
either! Is there a way to repare it?
Just saying… “You want to keep the tape intact because of the value of
the tape” doesn’t really matter anymore, because come on, you simply can’t
sell a VHS with a deleted part, because of the snapped tape.
@vickyw1995 yes, the part you cut will be gone
Hey evreyone I am trying to find a way to fix my Aahh Real Monsters VHS it
has streched to hard is there a way to fix it please give an awser and
“I am not a professional at this.” Then you drop the screwdriver. Irony at
it’s best. 😛 It’s a good idea, to keep a precious tape going, as well as
time to convert it over to a DVD, if it finally becomes unsalvagable in the
@SeGaSaTuRn1994 you should be able to wind the tape to a new reel, make a
video or take pictures of what it looks like
This is painful to watch!
It’s a weird situation. My dad accidently removed the beginning from one of
our home video’s and he didn’t know how he did it. Luckly not the whole
video. A good five minutes I would say. When I look at the video cassette
itself the tape is still complete so I really need an answer on that. Do
you know perhaps? thanks.
LOOKS TO DIFFICULT I WOULD JUNK IT AND GO TO THE GOODWILL AND LOOK FOR
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