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One way is to take off the cover of the unit so that you can see where the tape is hung up and help push the tape out. (One of two problems are usually involved: the cassette cover isn't closing down evenly (a high corner blocking the travel path) or a loop of the tape blocking the cover closing.)
On my VCR unit it was ~4 screws on the back that held the cover in place. (That was VCR only. There might be a few more screws in the larger unit.)
No, this is only a VCR.DVD combo you only can record from the DVD to tape not vice versa! I have not seen a recorder on the market for end users that is a combo but I may be wrong on that but I do know this is just a reader on the DVD. Hence dual player!!!
Usually a cable box has a RF (antenna connect) IN (from the external signal) OUT (cable going to the TV_RF in) Usually one has to place TV_channel on 3 or 6 (my TV ch. 60). EXTERNAL signal goes in CABLE box RF_in, CABLE box RF_out to the TV (RF_in). In order to connect DVD/VCR, [IN LINE with cable & TV] just connect the RF_out from CABLE BOX into the RF_in of the DVD/VCR, RF_out of DVD/VCR to the TV RF_in.