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If it keeps on ejecting tapes ,,that means the belt in there is wore out or slippin, or broke,, and it can be one of the springs that seats the vhs tape is stretched out or broke ,,,,, its always the case,, in the vhs .. there a pain to work on to.. good luck,,cheaper to probly buy one if you cant fix it your self,,thanks

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