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Dvd/Vcr combo I can't retrieve the vhs tape from inside. Nor will it play. The dvd won't play either. It will say that it is trying to read and then the screen on the player says Err. What is going on? I only had 3 years. Seems like your Sanyo products aren't longlasting.

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Often if you turn off machine, then hold eject as you turn machine on tape will come out.

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