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Panasonic VCR (code NV-SD230B/BL). Put video tape in last night and the tape shows nothing when playing, but when i try to eject the tape it won't come out and shows code F06.

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You appear to have a K Mech model. F06 is the code for the mechanism locking after unload. The cause being something to do with the loading motor or the way the carriage is aligned.

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