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There is something wrong with the mechanism, either the main drive mechanism, or the cassette holder part. Possible physical damage to the plastic parts. When the tape is inserted a device called a mode switch tells the electronics which position both mechanisms are in. If they go out of sequence, due to damage, or a faulty mode switch, the electronics shut the system down to prevent tape damage. When you power it up, the system thinks it is eject mode and chucks out the tape.
A couple of reasons. First the carriage the tape sits in is damaged. Next the mechanism that moves the tape is damaged and can't except a tape. Lastly or perhaps due to the later, the mode switch is faulty or not in the right position. The mode switch tells the electronics which position the mechanism is in, be it play, fast forward or eject etc. If the switch is faulty and stuck in eject then it wont except a tape.
Hi Anonymous, always check fuses and bulbs first, you could have a faulty turn signal module or a bad turn signal button/switch, remove it from the switch housing and check for continuity, check your wiring and connections from the turn signal switch to the turn signal module with a testlite. Make sure all wires are not worn or pinched and connector pins are not corroded, broken, or loose. For a free wiring diagram please visit the website below: Harley Davidson Wiring Diagrams and Schematics
Probably somekind of damage has occurred inside to the mechanical section. Only looking around will show the cause. When VCRS have a problem playing or any function doesn't do what it is supposed to do a device called a mode switch will go of position and give faulty readings to the electronics, so they power off the video to prevent further damage. The mode switch itself can ware out or become dirty and give false readings on a good mechanism, so that should be checked too. Sometimes you can get away with a spray of Servisol Video 40 on the switch, but if there's any damage cleaning it wont work.
Image below of some mode switches, but they do vary from model to model.
I hope your vcr is not built in with TV. It is separate from TV. If it is not then you have to call a technician to open the vcr and remove the faulty tape.
If it is separate then open the top cover by unscrewing the screws on the side. These can be located very easily. Remove the top cover gently. Look for the gear toothed wheels which load/eject the tape. You can do so by switching the power button on and off. Switch of the power to vcr. Move the toothed wheels by hand to bring the tape up if you do not want the tape to get damaged. When the tape comes up then give it a gentle push so that it can eject itself. If not, repeat the process again.
If you see the magnetic tape is stuck or entangled with moving wheel the cut it,remove it gently. Make sure that you do not touch or damage the video head.
Once removed, you can fix the top cover.
sounds like you nead to clean the capstan and rubber pinch wheel using a cotton bud and isoprenol alcohol. dip some of the alcohol onto the cotton bub and gently rub the little pinch wheel inside the tape compartment ( do not soak the bud and make sure the machine is turned off!) with gentle rubbing, ( try holding/stopping the rubber pinch wheel with one hand and gently rub the cotton bud on the rubber wheel whilst slowly rotating the wheel ensuring all sides of the wheel are cleaned ) and repeat this procedure on the little brass capstan that engages with the wheel. you will see some brown residue from the tapes on your bud...........repat this operation until no residue is visual on the cotton buds. Alao, do not use cheap ferric oxide tapes.......only use chrome types as they dont shed residue onto the machine parts! buy a demagnetizer and use once a month. it will make your machine sound like new. TIP; if you have no isoprenol alcohol use clear spirits like vodka or bacardi as they will do the job for you. good luck.
1st is the proper method - After unscrewing the screws near the usb head, take off the cover. Near the jack input area is another small screw, take it out. You can now take out the main board by pulling away from the jack and up. Take a look at the but end, where all the copper foil is. Do NOT remove the copper foil or the tape around, it is your ground (protects your chip if sparked). If you see a blue t shape thing that is your switch. If you don't, check answer 2. This blue T switch has to have the base of the T in-between the 2 forks on your hold switch. After fiddling for a while you will get it and then just screw everything back together.
2nd method - You will need some metallic wire and tape. IF you do use this method you can NOT use the hold function, unless your are skilled at fiddling with wire. You will have tak some of the wire and make an oval ring shaped hole with it. Press the wire ring through the hole below the copper foil. you want to press the ring upwards. Press the power button and make sure it is in the proper position. If not then fiddle around until you get it.Once you have achieved the position tape the ring down in it's position. Turn on the mp3, if it works good, you now get to re-assemble. If not then, go back and fiddle with the wire and tape again. (You might achieve the same goal if the wire is straight BUT the wire moves easier). Once it is all back together turn it on one last time and if it works embrace the hard work you just did. If not, sorry to say, go back to step 2 and start over again.
***Both Methods Work*** *I did both and my own unit still works*