Question about Televison & Video
Without the make and model, I can only provide generic solutions here. There are a number of "safety" circuits within these units. The VCR section checks to be sure that the tape is moving properly and being wound back into the cassette as well. If the unit plays for a short time and stops, the tape is probably not being would back into the cassette properly. This is often due to a slipping belt or idler tire. Depending upon the make and model, the parts cost for this repair can run from $5-$20.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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