A number of bad things can happen to a video cassette. Fortunately, the extreme cases, like pictured above do not happen very often. In fact, most of cases of physical impact can be dealt with. Often it is a matter of getting the reels of video tape out of it’s broken body and putting them into a new one.
If the video tape itself is broken or has been pulled out of the cassette, we can carefully take the bad bit out, glue tape back together and put it back into the video cassette. The same applies to audio compact cassettes and reels that we can also repair.
The worst thing can happen to your tapes is fire or water damage. The next thing is mould and fungus. Then goes improper handling, long exposure to sunlight, dust and magnetic damage.
Here at the National Video Centre we can assess your damaged videos (this service is complimentary) and work out a viable restoration strategy.
Don’t delay – call us on (02) 6251 0088 or send your enquiry to us right now, using the form below:
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