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Will Aiwa HV-MX1 Playback Extended Play (EP) Speed?

Manual only states "will play PAL signal on Standard Play (SP) or Long Play (LP) modes".

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  • J. B. Jan 08, 2013

    Unfortunately, I do not have the Aiwa HV-MX1 VCR to try, I'm looking to buy one, but before I must be sure it will playback on EP mode. The manual does not seem absolute. It was translated into many languages and English was not the original one, but Japanese.

  • J. B. Jan 08, 2013

    Thanks for any assistance.

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Probably not then, but you could try a tape recorded at EP.

Posted on Jan 06, 2013

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with the unit unplugged take the case off and look on both sides of where the front of the tape would set, you will see two towers, one is a light and the other a receiver,check to see they are plugged in and not obstructed.Also there is a switch that the tape pushes when its all the way in which might be stuck,click it a couple times with your finger.This might help, there are other more complicated things which could cause this problem but mechanical problems are more likely.

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SOURCE: Aiwa HV-MX1: tape won't eject from VCR and it switches off.

Turn over the VCR. Unscrew the base. You will see the 3 belts. Turn the rightmost belt clockwise or anticlockwise (don't remember) but you will see the tape hold mechanism moving down. Once it is all the way down, you can eject the tape out.

You may need to replace one or all 3 belts. This is being caused by belts being loose.

hope this helps.

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