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MC-60 tape says, "end of

Wow, microcassettes! (Sorry, I thought they were so cutting edge when they were.......cutting edge!)
Anyway, forgive the humour - you've most likely got a tape jam in the cassette itself but if it does this with other cassettes then you've got a dead rewind function your message indicates that you've got a later model recorder with a status display.
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I know it's annoying but the cheapest option may be to turn the cassette over and use FF if it works OK.
Have you checked out digital pocket recorders?
For the same money, or less, than yours likely cost new, they free you from cassettes, tape winding time, poor quality - all those analogue hassles.
The memory (time) capacity even the most bog-standard (as we say in the UK!) ones have is mind blowing.

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How can I manually rewind a mini DV tape?


To manually rewind a tape you will need a flat head screwdriver.

Find a screwdriver that fits the "spoke" in the reels of the tape.

Turn the screwdriver toward the center of the tape. (i.e. Left side - clockwise, Right side - counter clockwise)

If this solution does not resolve your issue or if you have more questions please comment below in this thread and I will be more than happy to further assist you!

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On VCR, rewind is intermittent.

The motor is wearing down. I am guessing that this is a old VCR without a flying erase head. Time to start thinking of a blu-ray player (100$ now) or a dvd player, if you do not have a new 1080p tv.

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I have a sony TC 530. Fast fwd and rewind work

You need to replace the motor run capacitor. It's a small aluminum can looking thing with three wires right next to the motor; they often leak paraffin wax into the bottom of the case when they overheat. Whether or not yours has leaked it's easy to replace if you can use a soldering iron. Search eBay for a Sony reel to reel 1.5uf 250VAC motor run capacitor - they're less than $15 and come with detailed instructions.

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I would go to a professional camera store like a Ritz and see if you can find splicing tape, yes they sell such a thing but it may be a bit hard to find, if you find it youll have to pick a point on either side of the damaged tape and cut it as cleanly as possible and apply the splicing tape, when played thecut out part will of course be missing and the tape may jump over that point a little but it should work.

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8mm Tape stops when rewinding

try this:
some cameras have a memory where they begin make sure the memory is off or cleared then try to rewind or try fwd to end clear memory then rewind tape...

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T-160 vhs tapes

no never cut the video tape at all.
try it
with Help of your tape Rewinder unit(not in Video plaer deck) do forword and rewind for four -to five times and allow the tape for drying with the Room tempreature. then chek the quality of play back.
fine next time you try to regular T-120 -type tape
or copy with T-120-instead of T160. that will defenily help you.
best of luck.

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