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I had a throwaway tape with some wrinkles in the film. I found a thread on this site that mentioned ironing the tape to remove the wrinkles. I put the film between two pieces of paper and ironed over it with medium heat as described. When I put the film back in the tape and played it in the VCR, it was just static with audio. Is there anyway to salvage the video? I was aware of the risk the film could be ruined during the ironing process, but I found it odd the audio was still in tact.
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