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Thu, 6 May 1999 09:08:12 -0700 (PDT)


The last time I heard, it was considered a foolish and evil deed to
splice the internal (i.e. not the leader portions, but the actual "movie
section") of a videocassette. I keep getting requests from my libraries
for information on splicing. Has the technology on either repair
materials or video heads changed any in the last couple of years, so that
internal repairs are now less dangerous? Anyone?

Thanks in advance.

B. Rhodes
Audiovisual Consultant
Northeast Texas Library System

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