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VCR tapes with large amounts of tape on them keep kicking off spontaneously

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Hello,

its kicking off the tape because the large amount of tapes are stuck together and its not free in the player. The player cannot roll the tape because of this, so it kicks it off.

Get a tape rewinder, rewind and fast forward the tapes severally for the tape to be free/loosen so that the player will be able to role the tape.

Also you get hit the tape, this can also loosen the tape.

Good luck.


Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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