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JVC HM-DH3000U D-VHS will not paly S-VHS/VHS tapes; errorcode 201

I have a JVC HM-DH3000U D-VHS recorder/player.
It places D-VHS just great! But will not play S-VHS or VHS personal recorded or rental tapes. It stays gray & the error code 201 - wait a minute calibrating...

The tape seems to be transporting fine.

I have never recorded analog S-VHS or VHS on this deck yet. Just the digial HD D-VHS tapes.

How can I resolve this problem. I would even be happy to purchase the repair documentation for repair this myself. Since I am new to D-VHS. This was purchased as a refurbish unit, not new.

Appreciate any help.

Glenn Collins
jarib@northwestel.net

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