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Is your VCR fixed? From what you have written, I understand that you have not used the VCR for many months. And since you are hearing a whirring noise, the eject motor is working, but the belts are spoilt, and are slipping. Hence your problem. I suggest you open the top cover of the VCR and observe the eject mechanism. As suggested, you will - in all likelihood, observe that the belt driving the eject gears is slipping.
RC-AVR03is model number of remote control of Aiwa VCR and is does not have any separate instruction manual, post your Aiwa VCR model number (would be written at rear of VCR) to provide you instruction manual copy. Thanks.
Turn over the VCR. Unscrew the base. You will see the 3 belts. Turn the rightmost belt clockwise or anticlockwise (don't remember) but you will see the tape hold mechanism moving down. Once it is all the way down, you can eject the tape out.
You may need to replace one or all 3 belts. This is being caused by belts being loose.
with the unit unplugged take the case off and look on both sides of where the front of the tape would set, you will see two towers, one is a light and the other a receiver,check to see they are plugged in and not obstructed.Also there is a switch that the tape pushes when its all the way in which might be stuck,click it a couple times with your finger.This might help, there are other more complicated things which could cause this problem but mechanical problems are more likely.
Kaamesh, I am in Pondicherry, India. Can you tell me the model No of your VCR. If the problem is only No colour, then it is likely that you have set the Output to a different Broadcast Standard. India has PAL B/G, and it could be that you have accidently set the Selection to MESECAM or SECAM? Do let me know if this works out? As for programming a Universal remote, You must read the instruction 'booklet' which comes along with it. There you have to see the List of VCRs, select AIWA, and feed the various codes one by one, and try and see if the code works on the VCR. No shortcut!
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What actually happens? Does the Display come on properly? Do you hear any mechanical Noises? Like a motor whirring? Are you able to load a cassette into the machine? Does it get ejected automatically? As you say that the machine switches ON, I assume tyhat the Power supply cicuits are Ok, and this leaves us with the possibility that there is a mechanical problem.Is it that the machine was not used for a long operiod of months or years? If that is the case, in all probability the belts are damaged / broken / loose.
I really need more info, please.