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Have a samsung DVD-V1000 VCR/DVD combo unit. DVD player works fine. been experiencing gradual decline of the VCR and now it won't play at all. will **** tape into the machine but can't get it out. any...


Always frustrating when a videotape gets stuck in a failing/failed VCR deck. Since all decks use a loading motor and gear system, it would be a simple matter of gaining access to the terminal pins of the loading motor (assuming you can see these from the top of the deck) and applying 9V DC voltage to 'unwind' the loading mechanism - you may get a little bit of tape outside of the cassette, but at least it's ejected. If the DVD deck works as you say, you may be able to continue using this for a while.

If the loading assembly is toward the underside of the main deck, you may need to remove the entire VCR mechanism - then you can apply the 9V to the motor to unwind the gear (it is easier to apply a low voltage to the deck rather than use physical force to unwind gears - as you may damage them) - while leaving the DVD deck in the unit untouched. There should be 2 separate mechanisms in this combo - 1 being for DVD the other being for VCR - as long as you are careful when removing the VCR deck, you should have no problem retrieving your tape (with maybe a little creasing but otherwise undamaged) from it. Be careful when removing the top cover and front panel assembly; you don't want anything broken.

Since VCRs are becoming obsolete these days, it is hardly worth getting this one repaired by any service centre (unless you want to pay a fortune, which is usually more than the retail price of a new combo unit). It's up to you.

NOTE: you cannot operate this unit with the VCR deck disconnected from the motherboard (you will get an annoying error display with the VCR removed). Once you have successfully removed your tape from it, reconnect the VCR mechanism to the board - but do not use it - just use the DVD part if that is still OK. Refit the covers, plug machine into power. Done!

You need a lot of patience to undertake the abovementioned action. Fingers crossed.

Mar 28, 2011 | Samsung DVD-V1000 DVD Player/VCR

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There is a DVD in the machine and when we push eject the tray doesn't open to eject the DVD.


Possible that the mechanism is struck and the loading mechanism can be out of alignment. It will be important to remove the loading mechanism after removing the covers ,check the motor drive,belt and the gears, check the voltage to the motor. If there is no voltage then the drive can be faulty, check the motor drive IC in the board.

Feb 19, 2011 | Sony RDR-VX515 DVD Recorder/VCR

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CD player just stopped. Will not respond. Will not open when insertion button is pressed, It just keeps indicating the functions (load, open, etc) but doesn't do anything at all.


The loading motor drive is faulty or the mechanism is jammed. You will have to remove the top cover and check for voltage to the load motor when the open button is pressed, if voltage is present , then motor can be faulty ,jammed. remove , replace or reset.
If there is no voltage press on connectors from the motor drive IC, check voltage here, use a soldering iron to touch up .
if not the drive IC control inputt must receive signal from processor control. If yes then the drive IC can be faulty.

Sep 18, 2010 | Samsung DVD-V4600 DVD Player/VCR

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My vcr does not play the tape


Take the cover off & have a look at the cassette carriage, it may have came out of alignment, ie it is taking the tape at an angle or there maybe a fault with the carriage motor switch. when you put the tape in so far the carraige activates a switch which starts the loading motor to draw the tape in. It could be there is no supply voltage to this switch or the loading motor might be faulty, this is why the VCR says there is no tape as the tape has not been able to load into the machine. A repair centre should be able to fix this fault quite easily.

Jul 07, 2009 | Philips Televison & Video

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DSR 1500P problems loading tape


Are there any indications on the front panel at all? There should be an error code of some sort there. If not, I'll need to research this a bit. Please update this with any codes.

Thanks,
Dan

Feb 09, 2009 | Sony DSR-1500 Mini DV VCR

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Not accepting tapes


Your average vcr load motor runs a 6 to 12 v dc and the load carriage will generally have tight spots as it loads.
what you will most likely need to do is realign the load mecanisim and check the mode switch first.
depending on the wear of the unit the load switch may need to be replaced.
Some vcr's also have a habit of jumping a tooth on a cog so it would be a good idea to check and see if this has happened.

Feb 26, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Does not power on...


There is a partial operators manual on this site, but it doesn't show the troubleshooting section. This display may well indicate an error (abnormal) condition, which could be any number of things: A tape stuck in the machine, jammed loading or threading mechanism, defective optical sensor, or even an abnormality in the power supply. I'd suggest taking the top cover off, and looking inside for any obvious broken or bent mechanical parts. If you have a voltmeter, you could also check the power supply voltages. There should be a +5 (logic circuitry supply), +12 (12-15volt) (motors) supply, and perhaps a -35 (approx) supply for the on vcr display. If these is missing are radically off-tolerance, the VCR won't operate. Beyond this, it probably isn't cost effective to take it into a repair center. Today's low cost electronics are made disposable, unlike the higher quality units back prior to the '90s.

Sep 25, 2007 | GE VG4250 VHS VCR

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VCR kicks out cassettes


Sounds as if something got bent in the loading mechanism when you freed the stuck tape. Careful examination of the loading operation with the cover off may reveal the problem, but you may require a service shop, as there are hazardous voltages present inside, even when switched off.

Jul 13, 2007 | Toshiba MW24F52 24" TV/VCR/DVD Combo

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Tape will not load


A schematic would definitely be a plus here, as you could then check the logic levels from the sensor(s), as the "light path" is interupted. If voltage levels changed properly, and no tape load was initiated, then this would indicate a problem elsewhere. You may want to also check for the presence of power supply voltages. If the voltage supply for the loading motor (often the capstan motor) is missing then there would be no load initiate. It sounds like you have some knowledge of how these things work- a good thing. As you are probably aware, todays electronic equipment (VCRs included) is substandard, disposable, not worth investing much if any repair. Find an old Panasonic manufactured unit, and such will often outlive several of these "lighter than air" cheap rascals.

Feb 26, 2007 | Sanyo VWM-950 VHS VCR

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