Question about Sony SLV-N750 VHS/S-VHS playback VCR

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    Have the same problem. Tape seems to be stuck in VCR. Will not play or eject. When I hit eject, VCR shuts off. I have tried unplugging VCR for a while and trying again. Has had no effect.



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Hi dear look like loding gayr broken if it is then u can't do much about it even theu u figure out the gaier brokin .ok cheack the gair under the mechnisem or right hand site all vcr gair have timing set up with a mod swtich every gair have mark on it or holin it .they have to match ....if dont find any brokin gaier so find the mode switch trry to clean that some time they get old & contcat not good any mor function error (make sure the timing of gayer very important mark evry step u do so u can put back to gather )good luk

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