This is what I have done in the past: Take a good tape of little value. For instance a promotional tape. Open both the good and bad tape. Discard the actual tape of the VHS cass. that works. Transplant the tape from the defective cass. in the working housing. And presto, one restored VHS cass. (if the actual tape is damaged byond repair this will not solve your problem).
On my General Electric vcr, when i play a vhs tape in it, I can only see wavy lines that move around in all directions. I can record something but can' t see it afterwards on this player, but can see it on another player. What's wrong with the playing part of the vcr? and how can i fix it.
Disassemble the VCR by undoing the screws on the back and bottom of the machine. Gently pull on the tape. You may need to unwind the tape to provide slack to work the tape off the tape head.
A VHS Cassette that won't play might be fixed by fast forwarding the tape to the very end and then rewinding the tape to the beginning. Sometimes the VHS Cassette that won't play might be because of the player. Periodic cleaning with a cleaner tape is necessary to make sure the heads are clean inside the player.
To fix a VHS tape that is stuck at one spot and will not advance, just press the socket at the back of the VHS tape with a pen. The small button will be released, allowing for the white reels to be turned in any of the directions. Turn the reels with a pen, fingers or scissors. When the reels turn, you will be able to find out what caused the blockage. The VHS tape can be unwinded this way. It is common for one of the reels' wheel to get stuck on the VCR's mechanisms while the tape is being played.
In order to fix a VCR, you need to establish where the fault is. If you are not sure where problem is, you should allow an expert to fix it for you.
Tape it with duct tape.
with duct tape you can fix almost anything.
Take a piece of paper and folded it and wedge it above the button that change the tape side once it on the side you want to play.
fix it with magical skills becAUSE YOU'VE GOT THE MAGIC IN YOU AND PUT SOME IN THE TAPE, hope it helped :)
You can't really at this stage. I have had a game show called deal taped over and I can't get it back yet. :( you never know you could be able to turn back time or scientists could invent a way like a tape restorer to get it back. But no ideas at this stage. Sorry.
duck tape lots of duck tape
You re-tape it preferably with mesh tape, then mud as usual.
you can put duct tape on you car to fix your bumper
You tape it up with duct tape dhuuu!
Tape it with mesh tape and mud it with 'lite' compound.
with duct tape
with glue staples tape
Tape it with mesh tape, then re-mud over the crack
tape is sticky because it is made to help people fix broken things
Duct tape or aluminum tape either can with stand the heat
You cant really fix a sponge but maybe with some duct tape.