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Ag7750 stuck in still error 5

Pushing playback gives no tape turn. Jog shuttle no responsen morse Tham stomme servo sound. No tape turn. Winding Worms. At playback vcr stuck in still mode.

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Transport mechanism problem if tape will not ff/rewind----possible drive belts or the direct drive idler wheel that moves the tape.

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

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SOURCE: Panasonic VCR pv-7451: No sound in "normal" mode

This is a wierd problem. First, You cannot do a manual selection for Mono / Stereo (HiFi) for recording in most Consumer Home VCRs. It is auto select, depending upon make, model, etc. Output of course can be selected - Mono, Stereo, HiFi, etc. Now, Most HiFi VCR machines have their Stereo / Hi Fi Audio heads on the Drum assembly, and the Normal /Mono audio Head on the Audio- Control Head. It is entirely possible that just the Audio - Control head has become 'dirty'. If you are good at these things, Unplug your VCR, Open the top cover, and, taking a cotton bud soaked in a few drops of iso-propyl alcohol (any Aftershave lotion will do) clean the Audio control Head. It is found as a small steel block on the mechanism, near the Capstan Pinch Roller ( a great big black roller). Wait for a couple of mins to allow the alcohol to evaporate, and then close the VCR. Power it up, and try playing the Pre-recorded Normal Tapes. Let me know if this has solved the problem.

Posted on Jun 28, 2006

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SOURCE: stuck tape in vhs/tv combo

Unplug the TVCR, take the cover off, find the motor (probably on the right side of the mechanism) and turn its shaft with your fingers until you have run the tape back out. Now plug it back in and try it again with a scarificial tape. If it continues to fail, replace all the rubber belts in the mechanism.
Hope ya fix it!

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Toshiba M-752 Video Casette Recorder

When a tape won't eject, the problem can be caused by several things. The most common problem is that the belt that operates the eject mechanism is slipping and not allowing it to eject the tape. This can be fixed by either using a re-grip solution on the belt or have the belt replaced. Another possibility is that the tape is caught aroung the spindle guides that pull the tape around the video head. If the tape is caught in the spindles, this will affect playback performance. The heads could be dirty too. Another possibility for poor playback is a slipping idler wheel. The idler wheel is a rubber tire that pivits between the tape sending and pickup reels. It's a key part during playback, fast forward & rewind. The idler tire can also be treated with a re-grip solution or be replaced. Belts are inexpensive but sometimes difficult to get to. Most of the repair expense will be in the labor.

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic VCR NV-HD642 - F04 Error

You sound like you have a K Deck Model. If this is the case F04 means that the mechanism locks during unloading.
The apparent cause of this is the Load Motor timing.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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SOURCE: VCR tape is stuck - will not rewind or eject.

There schould be a release buuton on the rear of the machine. It's usually recessed and may be difficult to see. Press this with the yip if a ballpoint pen and extract the tape. If the tape is wrapped around the record/playback heads your only option is to remove the top cover and manually remove the tape. Sounds difficult but if you take your time it's not too bad a job.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you! - no button - took the top off. I depressed a lever next to the tape switched the VCR back on and pressed the eject button - it worked!"

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I have a sony w252 mp3 player and i erased every thing in it but its memory still seems to be full... how can i format the all memory....


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Formatting is available only while playback is stopped.
If the OPR lamp lights red due to low remaining battery power, the player cannot be formatted.
All data stored on the player will be erased.
The Content Transfer software included with the player will also be deleted.
If necessary, download Content Transfer from the customer support web site.
The settings of shuffle playback, playlist playback, ZAPPIN playback, and AVLS (volume limit) also return to their defaults.
Follow the steps below to format the Player.
1 Unite the left and right parts to turn off the player.
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3 Press and hold the jog lever for about 15 seconds until the status lamp blinks quickly. Release the jog lever. The OPR lamp lights red.
4 Move the jog lever forward or backward within 30 seconds after the OPR lamp lights red. The status lamp turns off. The OPR lamp lights alternately green and red each time you move the jog lever.
5 Press the jog lever while the OPR lamp lights green. The OPR lamp blinks green quickly and formatting is executed. When the OPR lamp turns off, formatting is complete. If you press the jog lever while the OPR lamp lights red, or if 30 seconds have passed, formatting will be canceled.

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While playing a tape, there is no sound, and video on the left 20% of the screen freezes with varying amounts of video that appears in small slowly changing rectangles from earlier frames. Video on the...


Hi,
Two possibilities, either player needs tape path adjustment or requires drum (video head) replacement.
Above said solution requires expertise and Sony trained tech will do this job with proper tools.
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Gr-dvl-520u trying to record or playback tape it goes into safeguard mode within 5 seconds. alternatly pressing play and still every 3 seconds advanced the playback without it going into safeguard mod


According to http://www.techlore.com/article/10974/JVC-Camcorder-Stuck-in-Safe-Mode/,

"JVC notes that you are also given a malfunction code when the unit is placed into safeguard. If it displays code 01, 02, or 06 you should remove
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If neither of these solutions work, your only alternative is to bring it to a shop or send it to JVC for diagnosis or repair. Unfortunately, there is no other way to clear the condition."

If you are getting E03 or E04 errors on every tape you try, it sounds like a servicing is required.

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your tape guides are out of calibration on all your pre - recorded tapes , or they are out of adjustment ( maybe even loose ) now ; - - put your camcorder close , next to your ear ? and . . . listen ! to a new tape in play mode - if you hear a fluttering sound like a deck of cards being shuffled softly , the camera is damaging all your tapes and needs alignment ;

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