Hey, my tv was running fine and after a few weeks it stopped playing videos and switched off automaticly.
since then when i try to switch the tv on it says 'edject t' and then switches off. also when i try to insert a caset the vcr wont take it in and the lid gets stuck aswell.
Plz help :(
The vcr mechanism has failed and stacked on the eject position,so the whole system is sensing this.I can also say that there is amisalignment of the mechanism. The mechanism needs to be reset/ aligned by a technician who anderstand the system.
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this must be a vcr tape you are talking about thats in a tv
well the reason is the tape may not be working correctly inside ( tape not going at proper speed for tape sensors to reconize as correct , this is due to disc clutch pads that are starting to slip because of to much strain on the pull of the tape
gears will need to be lubricated and rubber pulling wheels will need to be cleaned
have you tried the following > 1)Get a head cleaner for the Vhs and run it 2) the next tim e you put in a casette it should adjust the tracking automatically you will see it on the screen as it is adjusting.
I have the exact problem. We have three TV/DVD combos from Toshiba, and within the last two weeks all three of them started have the same problem - all at different times. At first I thought one had a power surge problem, so I took it to the TV repair shop (being diagnosed now), then a few days later the second one did the same thing. And now, three days later, the third one (newer model Toshiba) started doing the same thing.
The set has a problem on the mechanical section of the VCR,it might be out of aligment or a part has gone bad completely and now needs to be replaced,dirty heads will not give you these symptoms,the power supply is sensing a problem and is doing what is suppose to do when it detects a problem,it seems that you only have a use for the TV unless you get the vcr repair.