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Good morning /wsr/, I think I'm retarded

Last night while going through some old VHS tapes, I made the foolish decision to put in a tape that had mold in it. My thought process after taking it out (but not before fast forwarding it) is that it wouldn't have much of an impact on my VCR.

>Puts in another tape
>Video doesn't show
>Puts in another tape
>Video still doesn't show

repeat for several more times before I come to the conclusion that my VCR has been completely contaminated with some mold, and I've damaged a dozen tapes I have.

I can probably get that VCR cleaned (I tried blowing from inside the dust cover, now it just has spit), but in regards to the tapes I might've ruined, is it possible to get them cleaned and salvage, especially the tape that caused the problem I've been having since?
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You probably just need to clean the heads. Get a head cleaning video.



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