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Tape keeps rejecting

Tape keeps coming out of VCR. It will stay in and play once in awhile after trying several times to keep the tape in VCR.
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Have a look at the recording lugs on the left and right hand side at the rear of the cassette tape case. Check that they are still there and not loose. If you have removed them at sometime to stop it being over-recorded then maybe whatever you use - sellotape, electrical tape, duct tape, has come loose or gone soft. If none of the latter then there must be a problem with that cassette if it is the only one doing that. If it's not the only one then the problem is inside the VCR and will need to be taken to a reputable repair shop or they may do house calls.
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