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Video Recorder NV- HD685B Tape will not eject

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  • dingerwill Nov 28, 2008

    I have tried using the eject button several times whilst unplugged; tapping on the sides, shaking and using tools to try to dislodge the tape - but nothing happens,

    Screen shows fault ref. F06

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Just  unplug for a few minutes and that seemed to reset the unit.else i suggest u can  put a small dc voltage to the motor, lik 5 to 7 volts. the motor should turn one way or the other. but this would not indicate if the motor control ic's in the unit are working.

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  • AbdulRahiman S Nov 28, 2008

    if not try press and hold the power button on the unit for more than 10 seconds. This is a softer and safer reset for the unit. or  pull the plug to reset the unit but I believe that was what cause the  settings (including parental control level) to screw up. it ll never get screw-up on the settings once u used the power button instead of pulling the plug.


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Click on this link http://www.fixer.com/no-eject.html and follow the steps required when the tape gets stuck.

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Put it upside down, try to use any tool to eject it. Put some lubricants and try to eject it by mere shaking.

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Unplug the device and on the device pressing the eject button.press the eject button several times.or tap on the sides of the device.

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  • jamesrated Nov 28, 2008

    Step1Make sure your recorder has available power. Open the lid by pressing eject or the appropriate button or lever, and remove the cassette.

    Step2 Look for a lever designed to be depressed when a tape to be recorded is inserted. You will want to clean both the recording and playback heads if the device is so equipped, so with the lid open look for a lever that is designed to be depressed when a tape to be recorded is inserted. On certain small recorders like a General Electric hand-held recorder this step will not be unnecessary.

    Step3If there is lever to detect a tape that can be recorded, gently push the lever in and hold it for step 4.

    Step4Hold lever while pressing play and record. Making sure your hands and fingers will be away from all moving parts, gently depress record and play until both heads (if the device is so equipped) are visible, locked into position and the motor is running so the rubber drive wheel is turning.

    Step5The recorder should now be running, and you should be able to carefully remove your finger off of the lever that detects a tape can be recorded. Take a cotton swab an dip it into some rubbing alcohol so that it is mostly wet. You do not want the swab too wet.

    Step6With gentle pressure, wipe the heads with the swab. Check the swab, and if it is too dirty or frayed, anoint another swab and continue. Keep checking the swabs you use, and do the heads first before you get to the rubber drive wheel.

    Step7 Cleaning the drive wheel. Observe the rubber drive wheel as to whether it is rotating clockwise or counterclockwise. Place a freshly anointed swab either at the 10 o'clock position on the wheel if it is rotating counterclockwise, or the 2 o'clock position if it is rotating clockwise. The proper position will prevent the fibers of the swab from being caught between the rubber wheel and the rotating shaft of the motor. Apply gentle pressure upon the wheel moving the swab up and down the circumference of the wheel as it makes a number of rotations. Check the swab to see if you have to use a fresh one.

    Step8While the recorder is still running, take a new swab but do not dip it into the rubbing alcohol. Instead, dry the heads and drive wheel with it. Inspect the heads and drive wheel for any stray fibers, and remove the fibers with a tweezer. When the heads and wheel are dry, stop the recorder, and reinsert the cassette if so desired.

  • jamesrated Nov 28, 2008


    If this is not successful, you will need to open up the VCR (unplug it first!) and attempt to cycle the mechanisms by hand. Probably, both the top and bottom covers will need to be removed. This will require a medium size philips screwdriver. There are usually 2 to 4 screws on top and 2 to 10 screws on the bottom. Don't be tempted to turn anything you see in there just yet!

    CAUTION: Do not plug the VCR into the AC outlet while in the middle of this treament as there is no telling what it will do. The end result might be more of a mess than what you had originally! The VCR might in its infinite wisdom decide to complete the eject cycle but catch the tape on some guidepost or crinkle it in some other creative manner.

    The following procedures assume that there are no broken parts, foreign objects, or other damage which might prevent manual cycling of the tape loading and cassette loading mechanism. (Inspect for toys and rocks.) Also note that some VCR designs use solenoids to engage various operations. This will complicate your task (to put it mildly) as locating and activating the proper ones at the appropriate time is, well, a treat.

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