Question about Sylvania 6720FDD 20 in. TV/VCR/DVD Combo

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Tv comes on then goes right back off

Tv is a combo 6720fdf a

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  • goldenwirele Dec 13, 2008

    there was a vcr tape in the player but when i pressed the eject it came back out and i can push the tape back in and it will try to start playing then stops and and cuts off i can push the eject on vcr when you try to turn set back on and it will come back out but the drawer on dvd will not eject at all

  • avjens May 04, 2009

    My Sylvania 6313CG tv/vcr combo will turn on -- picture comes on --- my VCR player acts like it wants to eject or work and then the tv shuts down. The VCR door acts like is is partially open when it shuts down.

  • jodycarter May 11, 2010

    Sylvania,M#LD320SS8 When I turn it on it goes right back off

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If your vcr has a tape stuck ( or mechanism out of timing ) the set will turn itself off. Same for the DVD mechanism. It's usually the vcr. good luck

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