All Thumbs Guide to VCRs
Safe, simple, fully illustrated VCR service and repair tips for absolute novices--with time-saving VCR programming hints for people on the go. Ninety percent of all VCR problems can be prevented with regular cleaning and other routine maintenance--simple techniques that anyone can perform with Williams' common-sense guidance. Even if readers end up taking their VCRs in for service, they can avoid being overcharged for unnecessary repairs. 200 illustrations.
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Cleaning Your Machine
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