Question about GoVideo VR3930 DVD Player/VCR
Could be a number of things:
When eject is pressed on most vcr's the unit will try to rewind the tape a bit to make sure it is tight, there's optic sensors on the hubs to detect the movement. So...
1. A broken tape could cause it.
2. A bad belt.
3. A bad idler wheel.
4. Broken gears.
5. Bad optic device.
6. Jammed motor.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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