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Why is there a red flag sticking out of the side of the adapter...also the vhs adapter won't go all the way inside the vhs player...it keeps spitting it back out? Incompatibility?

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I hav a magnavox mwc24t5 triple combo. When I put a vhs tape in it spits it out. Sometimes it gets stuck in there and I have a time trying to get it out.


Please check your VHS tape's CONDITION. See if U can play it on another VHS. BE CAREFUL. sounds like a damaged VHS. You might need to take that to the shop. Better to have it checked than damage your materials. Had a similar situation with a DVD/VHS. Finally, the VHS got stuck inside. Thankfully the shop fixed it but my VHS never worked again properly.

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Why does vcr/dvd vr2945 keeps ejecting the vhs tape?


ELECTRO MED SERVICES is partially correct with his answer but I'm pretty sure it's not going to be that complicated. First unplug the unit remove the cover and use 90% isopropal alcohol on a cotton swab or q-tip and clean off all of the metal pins that stick up and ride against the tape while it plays, then clean off the big rubber roller that pinches the tape to pull the tape at the correct speed. this is where most often the problem lies. the tape will get sticky and will bind up slightly. Then a there's a sensor on the left side that puts tension on the tape, if that sensor feels the tape is being pulled to hard and has no slack it will shut the player down and eject the tape. Another thing try another tape, that tape may have some hard rolling hubs or spindles. You can also try fast forwarding the tape to the end and then rewind it to make sure its not just rewound with something rubbing inside the tape case it's self. Sometimes the tape case will get deformed over years and it will rub on the tape spools inside and it will cause that sensor to trip when the tape starts to become hard to pull through the player. Also you can clean the big silver head but be careful no make sure you leave no residue on it. look at it with a magnifiying glass to make sure it's cleaned and free of any residue. 1 last thing that happens also is the automatic tape head cleaner will act up and cause problems, you can easily just remove that from the player and see if thats the culprit.

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Put vhs in tv, now it won't switch back to tv


see the following step:
1) clean with VHS tape clean the inside componets, rollers, sensor,idler wheel
2) inspect any belt worn or broken.
3)clean with cotton pads, any parts with small amount of alcohol isoprophilic.
4) clean any sensors electric inside very well, and tight connector.normally when some sensor NOT switch back to turn TV.
God bless you

Jul 20, 2012 | RCA 20F610TD TruFlat TV/DVD

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I have a couple VHS-C tapes that drag


This may be caused by a faulty adapter. 1. try playing in the camera. 2. try a different tape. 3. try a different adapter.99% this is a problem with the adapter or the tape. It really sounds like the tape isn't turning freely, which can be caused by a brake sticking, or spindle in the tape or adapter.

Mar 16, 2012 | Televison & Video

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E 10 tape deck error/ tapes keep spitting out


The radio checks to make sure the drive capstan is turning - if not, gives the E10 error. Either the drive belt in the radio is slipping or the drive wheel in the adapter is sticking. If it does it with a real cassette, then it's probably the drive belt. If not, you can try to figure out why the wheel in the adapter is not turning freely.

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VCR keeps ejecting the tape


It needs Belts/Idler/Pinch roller.. If you UNPLUG IT, remove the cover you can wind the tape back manually....When you can get a DVD player.

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Lg v181 combo problem with vcr keeps ejecting tapes when I want to record.


The tape load carriage is defective or there is something in the way inside the machine....accordianman

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Component conecters


alright...those are Component Connectors...your DVD, and VHS will not work with that Monitor at all.

The Best and Cheapest Option...is to Buy a "Modern" DVD Player...which almost every single one Has Component Connectors.

On your Current DVD, VHS...ECT. The Red and White is Audio respectively, and the Yellow is the Video.

On a Component However the Red, Blue, and green...are all Video. You will need to use your "Current" Red and White Audio Jacks from your DVD and VHS Players on your New Monitor, and New DVD Player.

As Far as VHS is concerned...if you Buy a DVD/VHS Combo...you should have a S-Video Jack on Both the Monitor, and the DVD/VHS Player...Buy a S-Video Plug.

With that you will be able to watch both DVD's, and VHS Tapes without issue

Nov 26, 2007 | MegaVision MV220 Monitor

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VHS side eats my tapes and spits them out


Hi
Sorry but you may need some repairman to look at the machine.There could be a problem with the transport, winding around head, pinch rollers dirty,belts gone bad and other faults-electronic components gone bad.Take an estimate from the repairman and see if worth to repair the machine.
Did you try another tape?How old is it ?
Hope this helps
jay

Nov 17, 2007 | Sylvania DVC-800C DVD Player / VCR Combo

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