Toshiba VHS players are dependable and affordable units that rarely break down. Rugged drive components and reliable electronics inside Toshiba VHS players typically last for years without having problems. When parts do wear out or break on your Toshiba VHS player, find the replacement parts you need to get the player up and running at Sears PartsDirect.
Door flap. The door flap hinges open to allow a video cassette tape to slide into the deck assembly when you insert the tape. The door flap hinges shut to cover the video cassette tape opening when the tape is full inserted. The flap opens to allow the tape to eject then hinges shut after the video cassette tape is ejected and pulled out of the VHS player.
Fuse. The fuse blows when an electrical short circuit in the VHS player cause too much electrical current to flow through the power cord to metal inside the VHS player cabinet to protect you from electrical shock.
Remote control. The remote control uses RF (radio frequency) signals to communicate operational commands and setting to the VHS player from a remote location.
Electronic control board. The electronic control board powers components inside the VHS player, processes video and audio signals from the tape heads and controls display functions in the VHS player.
Adjusting the picture tracking on your Toshiba VHS player
Although the VHS player automatically adjusts the tracking when playing a video cassette tape, picture distortion may occur if the tape is in poor condition.
To adjust tracking, press Tracking +/- to display the tracking meter on your VHS player. Press the + or – buttons to adjust tracking until picture distortion disappears.
To resume automatic tracking adjustment of video cassette tapes, eject the tape. When you insert a tape into the VHS player, automatic tracking will be enabled.