Question about Televison & Video
I have a bang & oulfsen avant 28'' with inbuilt vcr, this morning the tape player worked fine, this afternoon i put in a tape and it has froze, it will not play eject fast forward or anything, i have switched off tv at the mains but it will just not come out, if i push the vcr flap i hear a crackle and a purple line appears accross the screen for 30 seconds ish and then goes blank, all other functions appear ok on the tv. thanks in advance for any ideas.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is usually a sign that a function has not completed or a switch has stuck in an incorrect position. eject can only happen if the sensor (either optical or mechanical senses that a tape is present. The swich might be stuck or the sensor might be blocked or bad. You can open up the unit and try to determine if the sensors are not being blocked by any of the mechanical parts of the unit. You will need the service docs to show you where the components are located. I hope this helps. Shuttle83
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
SOURCE: Tape stuck in VCR
could be that you're looking at a blown cartridge for that vcr tape. You may need to cut the tape, to extract that from the unit.
The play head would usually retract when the cartridge is removed, BUT could be compromised by some tape getting into the play head mechanism, and jamming.
be particularly careful with anything pointy or sharp, as the tape head does NOT like those objects near the read surface.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
SOURCE: VCR tape won't eject
The flap on the door stays open until the tape is ejected. There are two possible ways to remove the tape. First, with the power off, try to locate the drive pulley or gear on the side of the tape housing. It may be possible to turn it with your finger and cause the tape to eject. The eject mechanism will move VERY slowly when you use this technique.
The second way to do it should normally be done by an experienced technician, because it involves taking it even farther apart...and it may be difficult to reassemble. There are typically four screws that hold the tape mechanism in place...two near the top front and two near the back. It should be possible to remove those screws and pull the entire mechanism out of the VCR. Then you can more easily rotate the eject pulley (or gear) and remove the tape. If this sounds a little scary, I would definitely recommend placing the top back on and acting like nothing happened!
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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
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