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VCR sv 670 wont play or fast forward tapes.

Hi I have a problem with my VCR not playing or fast forwarding tapes I have tried new tapes to the same outcome the tape will rewind fine but wont play or fast forward. Is there any adjustments that i can make to help it? its like the right hand cog is not engaging properly and the tape does not get wound onto the spool, it starts to pile up at the back of the tape. The picture is fine but only lasts for about 5 seconds then the player stops.

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Open the bottom Cover, and check the belts.

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