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Hi.

You may need to state the problem again, since I cannot see your previous message.

You will also need to tell us make and model of the VCR.

If VCR is a Mitsubishi, E2 is a mechanical fault, where the control board detects that the motor is getting stuck when running on unload direction. This can be caused by tape stuck in the mechanics, a broken mechanism, or a jammed gear.

On other brands, E2 often is not even a fault code, but indicates the External 2 line (usually one of the two SCART input output).
In that case the VCR is simply tuned on E2. You will be able to switch to a different input using the Input/Source button on the remote.

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