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S video prong broke off inside the female receptacle. How can I remove the broken prong from the plug.

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This is not at all easy. You will need this socket replaced.

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* 4 Since EJECT feature works with power only ,while you keep the tape off from transport plug the device to power and turn it on..Don't worry,you will see the eject mechanism starts moving back on forth,keep the tape off it and let it eject..
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