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Need help with the Sony SLV-660HF VHS VCR. I had an error code of E30105, followed by error code E31805. The tape currently in the vcr is stuck and it will not respond to eject or do anything but turn on and off. It makes a whirling sound every time the eject button is pressed, though the tape will not remove itself. One site recommended using an alignment diagram, but there seems no way to find them. Please help.

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Don't have a solution but I have exactly the same problem. Pls let me know if you figure it out.

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