Question about Jwin JD-TV1300 13 in. TV/DVD Combo
This sounds like it could be a tape sensor problem. Granted this is the worse case, but this is what this sounds like. In VCRs as the tape is pulled around the drum, a sensor determines if the tape is in the proper position. However if the tape is not the sensor triggers an unload sequence which unloads the tape and sometimes auto ejects the tape. I would forst try to use another tape just to see that it is not a tape problem (which 9 times out of 10 it will not be). After trying the new tape, see if you can get this looked at, by a qualified technician. I have done these repairs before and if it is an optical sensor what usually happens is magnetic dust gets on the sensor lens and causes problems, if the sensor is the switch type the switch tends to get out of alignment and needs to be set correctly or replaced. I hope this helps
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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