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 Posted: Mon May 5th, 2008 01:20 am
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Papa Voo

Joined: Thu Jan 17th, 2008
Location: Right Outside The Burgh, USA
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I have a VHS tape from the 80's with some stuff that I really need on it, home videos.  The actual tape tore apart.  The way that I used to fix it was the same way that was used to repair the old audio cassettes, quick mend job with some scotch tape.  I have heard numerous times how this is REALLY bad to do with video cassesttes, especially when copying to DVD is going to be attempted.  This is really hard on the reading heads of the video machine.

Does anybody have any other suggestions or processes that they use?

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