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Vcr hs-u500 tape won't eject

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    panasonic NV-FJ620. Tape no eject drum runs few seconds then stops



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Typical belt drive failure. Take the cover off and turn the loading motor shaft with your fingers until the tape is ejected. Get a belt kit for this model and replace all the rubber parts in your VCR. Mitsubishi's are nice units and worth fixing. Check the little pulley under the capstan motor for cracks or worse.

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