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Eject button is not working

The eject button is not working and i can not get the tape out. is there another way to get the tape out?

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I had this problem and thought it was time to get rid of my vcr. I could still record and playback but could not eject. I was ready to toss the thing out, then decided to open the unit just to see what I could see. Turned out, someone had should've a DVD in the VHS slot, (probably my granddaughter) and it was keeping it from ejecting. Don't know if your solution could be as easy as mine, but you never know.

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