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If you remove the screws and very carefully lift off the bottom half of the case you should fine the contents should stay in place. Then its just a case of removing the twist and replacing the case half.
look online or in some electronic stores for an adapter--the tape fits into a vhs format case and the vhs adapter is inserted into player theirs a vhs play adapter made for just about all compact tape units
Have you tried this tape in another machine? Your audio and video heads could be getting clogged. A head cleaning tape may fix it or you may need to have them hand cleaned.
If the tape has been stored where it is potentially warm and humid the tape could have degraded.
Unfortunately even the best quality tapes will eventually degrade as the oxide is slowly removed with every pass of the heads.
If a head clean on your player doesn't work, the best way to attempt to retain those memories is to take it to a professional video duplication place and have it transferred to DVD
There is a VHS cartridge for a JVC EHG 30 VHSC tape. It's called a
Panasonic PV-P1 Adapter, and think you can find one on eBay. I've used
one before, and from what I remember, it worked pretty well. The only
bad thing about it is that you need an AA battery to operate it. Well, I
hoped this helped, if you still need it.