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No eject My Proscan PSVR83 VCR will not eject the tape that is loaded. I've taken the top cover off but don't see a way to manually turn the loader motor shaft in order to manually eject the tape. I would greatly appreciate your help. Do I have to start with taking the front panel off in order to take the bottom cover off? Do I need to remove it in order to access the loader motor shaft in order to turn it by hand? It sounds like there is a drive belt on the loader motor and, if so, I need to replace it. How do I access it? Thank you very much. Don Johnson daj3245@msn.com Tallahassee, Florida

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My Proscan PSVR74 turns on, says "Hello" and immediately goes to Stop and turns itself off. Is there any hope for this machine?

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SOURCE: All of a sudden no picture just snow

Do you have a spare TV? Hook it up to the Sat. box. If you still have no picture, then the Sat. system has a problem. If the sub TV does have a picture, then the problem is on the ProScan end.

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