Question about Televison & Video
After rewinding the tape, it will not play nor eject.
Could you tell me how to remove the tape?
I have 2 - 9" combo TV's Both color with the VCR tape below the TV. OK, pretty common. One in the Motor home, I am not in that state so I don't know the brand. The other that looks just like it has the same problem. Tape is locked down and will not eject. No sound of motor and the one I tore apart doesn't seem to have a fuse problem. Neither of them even seem to have any power, or they are practiced at ignoring me (THEY ROBOT) -joke. But I want to know how to fix them. The TV pictures are great, but space in a motor home requires everything that weighs over a pound to fully function or find someplace else to be.
SO> just where do I look for the button I saw the repair guy push, he was so fast I could not tell what he did but he got that tape out - took it to repair- and went out of business, with my old vcr. So, now i WANT TO LEARN.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VHS tape will not eject
Ida oh Ida................it won"t be you that removes the tape!
It should be the Technician you offer $25 to do it for you. It can usually be done with the right gear and often without major damage to the tape itself particularly if what is on it is very important to you!
At the same time you may learn if the repair is worth it.
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
Most everyone I know had problems with the tv/vcr combo including myself. I'll never buy one again. I'm sorry you are having the same problem.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
Please unplug all the cords of your TV for 4 hours and allow it to reset.After 4 hours plug the cords back in and now try removing the tape.
Let me know the result
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
I told you in premium post that Unplug your Combo for 5 - 10 minutes from AC outlet and replug it. Now push eject button and take out cassette.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
i took mine out with 2 butter knifes. 1 pressing on each side of the tape forcing it outward while pressing eject at the same time
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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