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JVC HR VP 700u, insert tape, either ejects and shuts down, or plays for 5 seconds, then shuts down.

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Sounds to me like a "Mode Switch" problem this is a common one... You will have to probably change it out.. for a new one. Most likely it is best to get a firm "Quote" from a reputable service center/man.

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