Question about Optical Coating Model 108 VHS VCR
You might have to take the VCR apart. Depending on how old the model is, you might just need a simple Phillips Screwdriver to open it. After you open it there should be a shielding case or something to keep static from disrupting the reader head. After you take the shielding off you should be able to see where the tape is stuck and you can pry it that way. Then put the thing back together.
At least that's how the old models do it. The new ones might be a little hard to get into.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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