Question about Sony SLV-D550P DVD Player/VCR
I've had this unit for about 3 years and have use the VCR side sparingly. When I went to use it recently, it preceded to not play and eat up my tapes in the process. I had to use a thin, long letter opener to slip the tape out over internal sections of the vcr. Thanks for your help.
Often the "Pinch Roller" type Tape Drive can "Dry Out" and it slips. this causes the tape to get all screwed up.. It could also be a belt that turns the capstan.. Or even a thing called the "Mode Switch" In any event Ya probably be best to take it in for repair as it's not really a "Homer" I suggest ya get a quote and an explanation, and see if it is economically worthwhile?
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
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