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JVC GR-DVL520A CASSETTE HOLDERWILL NOT RECEDE LCD SHOWS EO1 REMOVE BATTERY,WAIT FEW MINUTES AND TRY AGAIN BUT STILL DOSE NOT RESPOND ?

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Sometimes its a gear stuck up ... when the cass holder is trying to come down just give it a slight push ...so if there is any gear stuck it may smoothen out

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