Question about Televison & Video
Try removing the cover from the VCR. Make sure the plug is removed!!! Wouldn't want you to get a whack of 240 volts. The tape is probably snagged in the reel.You may have to cut the tape to remove it as it will be probably chewed. Before you screw the cover back on to the VCR. Plug the VCR in, and then try to insert a 'new' tape. (perhaps a cartoon tape or one that is of little value to you will be in order, as you don't want to wreck another tape of value). Make sure the tape plays and ejects correctly before replacing cover. If not try and locate the problem, remebering that the VCR is still plugged into the MAINS! Be careful. I reckon the tape is just twistyed on the reel though.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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