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How to Manually Clean Your VCR Heads
Author: Gabriel Torres 264,304 views
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: July 12, 2005
Page: 2 of 5
Cleaning the Erase Head

Cleaning the erase head is very easy. Just locate it and rub the cotton swab on it, like you would do to clean a tape deck head.

How to Clean Your VCR Heads
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Figure 2: Erase head.

How to Clean Your VCR Heads
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Figure 3: Wetting the cotton swab with alcohol.

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Figure 4: Cleaning the erase head.

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