Question about GPX TVR950 VCR
When I eject the cassette, the tape is partilly out of the cassette. Is there something that I can do to fix this? It has happened the last three times that I ejected the tape.
Your VCR is "eating" tapes, this is a common problem. First, wind the tape up by sticking a penny or other rounded object into the white "gears" on the back of the tape (with the tape hatch open by holding down the small button on the left side of the tape) and turn either clockwise or counterclockwise. Then check inside the VCR for moisture and remove any and all moisture with a clean rag. Moisture can cause the tape to stick to the VCR's internal components.
Best of luck to you.
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