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I have a Magnavox ZV450MW8 Digital Video Disc Recorder with Video Cassette Recorder. When you turn it on, after about eight seconds it turns itself off. It's as if something heats up and then stops working.
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-06-28
Answered by Bobby 2009-09-11:
The VCR eat tapes because they are damaged. Tape players need to be cleaned. This is true for all tape players, from audio cassettes to VCR's to digital backup systems. The parts that contact the tape collect oxide from the tape surface over time. This leads to reduced sound quality and even damaged tapes. So, you'll need to have a Cleaning tape to run it on the