If you can get the instructions off the internet, then you can 'Save as' to your 'Documents' Files on your PC. Or you can 'copy and Paste' to a blank sheet (Word or Works) and 'Save as' into Documents. Then read from there.
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Find out thename of manufacturer. Look up their website on Google and try and find your model . It should be listed . Just click on the operating instructions and either highlight them and right click . You should get an option to print if not click on file and scroll down to print then on next screen click print all then ok
You might have to remove the tape yourself first. Some makers provide instructions for removing a tape in a service manual. But there is no way to be certain it contains instructions like this. After you get it out, the thing will be what caused the tape to fail anyway. The VCR might go back to normal after the tape is removed. VCR's shut the power off when the mechanism struggles to function right. This is done to prevent damage further to the mechanism. My advice is remove the tape carefully and check for damage. Look for broken plastic parts. If it looks good power the thing up. And see what the mechanism does, with the top cover off! Sometimes damage can cause the mode switch to go out of place, but the mode switch can cause the mechanism to go out of sync anyway! Good luck with that anyway.
Go to manuals.com. they have every manual you can think of. If not there, Google your make and model and add instruction manual to the end. This will send you many links to obtain the info your looking for.